Chrissie Brodigan, the subway rider whose confrontation with a police officer over her sick pug escalated into her arrest and various accusations (hers, witnesses), let us know that her case will be heard in criminal court next month. While two citations issued to her were ruled "invalid" a few weeks ago, there was were still some charges left. Brodigan tells us, "Today, the judge offered me an ACD, Adjourned in Contemplation. Basically, it's an offer that in 6 months the charges, which read 'loud and boisterous,' would be dismissed in 6 months if I would admit guilt." She declined to take the ACD, because then she "would not be allowed to sue the city for the wrongful arrest." The NYPD's Civilian Complaint Review Board is also investigating the matter.