Judge: Stepian And Kelly Don't Have To Turn Over Records

(Trenton, NJ) -- The two main players in the New Jersey Legislature's investigation of the George Washington Bridge lane closings don't have to turn over records related to the case. The ruling issued this afternoon says Bridget Anne Kelly, Governor Christie's former deputy chief of staff, and Bill Stepien, his former campaign manager, do not have to comply with subpoenas. State Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson said in doing so they would risk self incrimination, and could face prosecution for official misconduct.