Fort Lee to Retain Attorney for Sokolich in Gwb Probe

By Tat, Linh | The Record (Bergen County, NJ), February 7, 2014 | Go to article overview

Fort Lee to Retain Attorney for Sokolich in Gwb Probe


Tat, Linh, The Record (Bergen County, NJ)


FORT LEE -- Mayor Mark Sokolich will have a borough-paid attorney representing him during further involvement in multiple investigations into whether George Washington Bridge access lanes were closed by associates of Governor Christie as payback for the mayor's decision not to endorse the governor's reelection.

The Borough Council voted unanimously Thursday to retain criminal defense attorney Timothy M. Donohue, a partner at Arleo, Donohue & Biancamano LLC in West Orange. Donohue has experience with jury trials in federal and state courts and has been retained by a number of local, county and state public officials, according to his firm's website.

Sokolich has not been subpoenaed, but council members thought it would be prudent to have an attorney ready should he be ordered to submit documents or to testify, officials said.

A legislative panel is investigating whether access lanes to the world's busiest bridge were shut down without notice for four days in September to intentionally create havoc in Fort Lee. The U.S. Attorney's Office also is probing whether federal laws were broken.

Christie fired his former deputy chief of staff, Bridget Anne Kelly, after her now-notorious email -- "Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee" -- became public. …

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