Friday, December 22, 2017

New Jersey: 10 Pardons

North reports "outgoing" Gov. Chris Christie has pardoned 10 people, "including a former Mount Olive police officer who was convicted of obstruction of justice for accessing a federal criminal database as a favor to a neighbor." It was Christie's "largest single batch of pardons in his eight years of office."

In 8 years, Christie issued clemency to "29 people, including 27 pardons and two commutations of sentences, according to a statement from his office. All but three of them have come since 2015, the year he launched his bid for president, and nearly all of them have been for gun-related charges."

See story here.

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