The investigation presents evidence regarding Cuomo's alleged wrongdoings during his time in office.
Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration decided to exclude the deaths of patients transferred to hospitals from its overall death tolls for nursing homes.
If not challenged, the loss of the ethics authorization could leave the former New York governor liable to pay back his publisher.
The documents released on Wednesday include hundreds of pages of interviews with former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as well as interviews with his accusers.
Cuomo's attorney claimed that Sheriff Craig Apple's actions have denied Cuomo of "both the presumption of innocence and a fair and impartial investigation."
The complaint filed by a former Cuomo assistant does not include a sworn statement by the victim, according to the Albany County District Attorney.
The New York Attorney General dismissed Andrew Cuomo's accusations, likening them to "The Big Lie" perpetuated by Donald Trump.
"We didn't want everybody to know exactly what we were doing because we didn't want all this, the circus," Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple said.
"I've spent my career guided by a simple principle: stand up to the powerful on behalf of the vulnerable to be a force of change," James said in a video.
The former New York governor was charged for allegedly groping a former female aide's breast at the Executive Mansion late last year.
Since the 1990s, 11 U.S. governors have been convicted of federal corruption charges but a number of others have faced lesser offenses.
Since December 2020, more than a dozen women have come forward with sexual harassment allegations against the former governor.
David Gilbert has been imprisoned since the robbery but will be able to leave the Shawangunk Correctional Facility in New York's Hudson Valley in November.
Jeffrey Epstein's former lover received "pervasive, vitriolic, and extreme" press coverage requiring secrecy around jury selection, her lawyers argue.
There were "new questions about whether the AG violated the terms of the investigative referral made to her office," said attorney Rita Glavin.
The ethics panel voted earlier this month to allow the former New York governor to keep the money made from his memoir.
"Let's not lose sight of what's important," New York Attorney General Letitia James said. "It's not me, it's not Mr. Cuomo but the survivors of his harassment."
The CNN anchor's former producer claims he touched her inappropriately in 2005. While Cuomo acknowledged an incident occurred, he denied it had a sexual nature.
Zucker will "stay on board" until Governor Kathy Hochul selects a replacement.
"[W]e all should be frightened by the notion that our leaders can be driven out by an insular group of politicians subverting the will of the voters," the op-ed author wrote.
The subpoena was issued to the Joint Commission of Public Ethics, which approved Cuomo's book on the pandemic without a full vote from the 14 commissioners.
The state has already agreed to pay up to $9.5 million to the lawyers who represented and investigated the former governor and his administration.
"We're now releasing more data than had been released before publicly," New York Governor Kathy Hochul said.
Peter Paige was one of three people who were killed by David Gilbert's Weather Underground group during an armed robbery in New York.
"It's very simple. We'll focus on open, ethical governing that New Yorkers will trust," Hochul said.
"I will not be deterred, and I'm willing to be bloodied and marred in the pursuit of doing what's right for the people of this great state," she said during the address.
"His name and any reference to his receiving the award will be eliminated from International Academy materials going forward," the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences said.
Hochul was sworn in shortly after midnight and plans to address the public for the first time as governor on Tuesday afternoon.
The New York Democrat has moved out of the governor's mansion and is now staying with his sister in Westchester.