Gov. Chris Christie may not have been charged by prosecutors in the Bridgegate scandal, which on Friday resulted in the convictions of two former allies, but taxpayers nevertheless have spent $11.28 million on his attorneys.
Months before the thousands of commuters and local leaders were freaking out over the massive traffic jams through Fort Lee, Gov. Chris Christie and his inner circle were pulling their hair out over a box of donuts.
When the Bridgegate trial begins this summer, federal prosecutors will rely on the testimony of former Port Authority operative David Wildstein to convince a jury that two fellow ex-associates of Gov. Chris Christie were key players in the lane closing scheme at the George Washington Bridge in September 2013.