The fallout from the Chris Christie bridge fiasco continues, with subpoenas from the New Jersey legislature, an investigation by a US Attorney, and lawsuits from people whose lives were affected by the closure of those lanes in Fort Lee.
What chance do those lawsuits have? On my America Weekend show, I asked John Culhane, law professor and director of the Health Law Institute at Widener University School Of Law. He explained the three principals under which people can sue, whether Christie and other government personnel are immune from suits, and what kind of money the plaintiffs might get if they win.
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