Breaking News: U.S. Attorney in New Jersey to Open Inquiry Into Lane Closures http://t.co/eqDfdEsmLj
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 9, 2014
Paul Fishman was appointed by Barrack Obama in 2009, succeeding Chris Christie, who had resigned the position in 2008 to pursue his first gubernatorial run.
As US Attorney, Christie racked up a record number of convictions in public corruption cases, building a political persona as a crusader for government accountability.
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