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So what is the complaint against Christie and what might happen next

Bergen County Presiding Judge for Municipal Courts has ruled that there is “probable cause” to refer the complaint against Christie to a prosecutor, but “probable cause” is a low bar in comparison with the ultimate requirement to prove the charge...Read more
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