Besides reinforcing New Jersey’s corrupt image, the FBI’s arrest of 44 officeholders, political operatives and rabbis two weeks ago is providing work for several of the state’s well-known criminal defense lawyers.

Michael Critchley, Joseph Hayden and Brian Neary are among the high-profile attorneys called in for the defense. And as the investigation widened last week with the service of new subpoenas, the resignation of two mayors, the death of a suspect and punitive action against two assemblymen, some of the lawyers began hinting at defenses.

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