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Bridgegate verdict: How long could Kelly and Baroni serve?

Publisher: The Star Ledger
November 5, 2016

Dennis Kearney was quoted in an article, "Bridgegate verdict: How long could Kelly and Baroni serve?," in The Star Ledger. In the article, Kearney discusses Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly’s sentencing in the Bridgegate trial. Each was convicted on seven counts of conspiracy and fraud in connection with the Bridgegate scandal, and could face up to 20 years in prison when they return for sentencing in February. "For first time offenders, the calculation won't come near the 20-year cap," Kearney explained, referring to the statutory maximum sentence of 20 years for the wire fraud conspiracy and wire fraud counts of which Kelly and Baroni were found guilty.

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