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Lawyer Says Ex-Aide and Christie Spoke of Bridge Plot Beforehand

The lawyer, Michael Critchley, did not elaborate on his statement, which came as he questioned a witness in the trial of his client, Bridget Anne Kelly, and another former aide to Gov. Chris Christie.
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