Subpoena Ruling May Open Doors for Bridgegate Defendants
Publisher: New Jersey Law Journal
February 8, 2016
Stanley A. Twardy, Jr. was quoted in an article, "Subpoena Ruling May Open Doors for Bridgegate Defendants," in The New Jersey Law Journal. In the article, Twardy says a federal judge's ruling permitting Bridgegate defendants to subpoena Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, which conducted an investigation on behalf of the Governor's Office, potentially gives the defendants "more ammunition" to attack the government's case.
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