A former Port Authority exec wants his law license back now that his conviction in New Jersey’s “Bridgegate” scandal has been overturned by the Supreme Courtroom.
Bill Baroni filed motions Friday with courts in New Jersey and in Washington to raise his suspension from training law, NJ.com reported.
Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly, a former aide to then-Gov. Chris Christie, had been convicted of conspiracy and fraud costs in 2016 after a vengeful plot to trigger a nightmarish site visitors jam on the George Washington Bridge three years earlier.
Baroni’s motions got here simply hours after the nation’s highest court docket vacated each his and Kelly’s jail sentences on a technicality. The unanimous resolution, although, included a scathing condemnation of their actions.
“That is the ultimate chapter on this lengthy, tragic story,” Stephen M. Orlofsky, Baroni’s lawyer, stated of Friday’s filings. “By doing this, we’re hoping to revive Mr. Baroni’s good title in the neighborhood.”