Not so fast, Gov. Christie.

Only three weeks after the Jersey politician appeared to dodge a citizen’s criminal complaint in the “Bridgegate” scandal, a Bergen County judge ruled the case can move forward.

Municipal Court Judge Roy McGeady found Thursday that there was probable cause to proceed on the allegation brought by Bill Brennan, an ex-New Jersey firefighter and candidate to succeed Christie.

Applause erupted in the courtroom when the judge handed down his ruling against the lame duck governor.

McGeady initially determined in October that there was probable cause to investigate Christie for official misconduct in the September 2013 lane closings at the George Washington Bridge.

But Bergen County prosecutors announced last month more at NY Daily News