Updated: 08/17/2014 9:03 PM
Created: 08/17/2014 9:58 AM WNYT.com
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - What could happen with an investigation into allegations that Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration meddled with the work of the Moreland anti-corruption commission? It's a simple question with no easy answers.
Even top legal experts say much about the case is complex.
They agree that any recent attempts to influence commissioners or conceal documents - after it shut down and Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara took its files and issued subpoenas - could expose administration officials to federal charges.
However, legal experts say any improper interference with the commission while it was operating to shield Cuomo allies - suggested in news reports and denied by Cuomo - would be an issue for a state prosecutor to pursue.
None so far, including those who were directly involved with the commission, has volunteered.
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