Prison or probation for ex-Christie aides in Bridgegate? Judge will decide Wednesday
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to sentence two former Gov. Christie allies to prison Wednesday for their roles in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal, saying they committed perjury while defending themselves at trial last year.
While prosecutors argue that Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly should receive sentences at “the bottom of or modestly below” a range of 37 to 46 months in prison, defense attorneys say they should be placed on probation – citing individual circumstances, but also objecting to the government’s argument.
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