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Topic - Michael Russo
Four-year-old notes describing intra-office machinations and a dismissed indictment have offered new details in a lawsuit that claims political pressure from Trenton led to the firing of a former assistant county prosecutor.
"I just think that would be inappropriate," said judge Michael Russo, in denying the request, the Daily Mail reported.
The lawsuit also contends Russo told a reporter that Christie would step in and "have this whole thing thrown out."