No verdict in fourth day of Bridgegate deliberations

Jurors have wrapped up another day of deliberations without a verdict in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing trial.

The panel began deliberating late Monday in the corruption case against two former allies of Republican Gov. Chris Christie.

On Thursday, attorneys for Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni filed a motion for a mistrial that had most of its text blacked out. Attorneys wouldn’t give details on the motion.

Kelly and Baroni were charged with plotting to retaliate against a Democratic mayor by creating traffic jams near the bridge.

The mayor’s city of Fort Lee was near the bridge. He hadn’t endorsed Christie’s 2013 re-election.

They each face seven counts including conspiracy, wire fraud and misapplying the property of the agency that operates the bridge.

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