Governor Chris Christie Pardons New Jersey Native Gail Naples

Trenton, NJ – Governor Chris Christie pardoned New Jersey native Gail Naples, who more than 30 years ago committed a series of non-violent offenses to feed her addiction habit, which started with the use of a prescription painkiller. Gail is a mother, wife and staff accountant in New York, who has been sober for three decades and is now also giving back by volunteering, counseling and sponsoring others suffering from the disease of addiction. She is a symbol of hope for those struggling to reclaim their lives and an inspiration for people to reach out and support those in need.

A copy of the pardon is attached.

Click here for a video clip of today’s press conference.

The Governor encourages people to visit ReachNJ.gov or call 1-844-ReachNJ for programs, services and help regrading addiction prevention, treatment and recovery.

Press Contact:
Brian Murray
609-777-2600

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