NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The latest legal bills in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal are in.

The law firm of Gibson Dunn has billed New Jersey roughly $8 million since it was hired to defend Gov. Chris Christie and others from legal challenges stemming from the 2013 lane closures.

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Christie hasn’t been charged, but his former deputy chief of staff and a top appointee at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey face criminal charges for their involvement.

Gibson Dunn issued a 350-page report in 2014 clearing Christie of wrongdoing.

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The firm billed the state about $200,000 from May through August, according to the state attorney general’s office.

Gibson Dunn also is fighting a subpoena in the criminal case that seeks interview notes from the report.

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