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Letitia James' office informed Trump Org. CFO Allen Weisselberg of the investigation in January, according to the NY Times.
The New York Attorney General's office had originally been involved in a civil investigation into the former president's company.
An Erie County clerk had sued the state over the law, saying it would make him personally liable for violating U.S. immigration policy. Judges pointed out his role in issuing driver's licenses was "purely ministerial."
Hundreds of complaints poured in as New York Sports Club and Lucille Roberts charged members while gyms were shuttered.
New York Attorney General Letitia James is suing New York Sports Club and Lucille Roberts.
The policy shift comes after the video of Daniel Prude's detainment was released.
Police fired tear gas and pepper balls at protesters in Rochester as demonstrations continued over the weekend.
Hawaii and New Jersey, as well as New York City and San Francisco, are also plaintiffs in this case.
"Thank you for your sympathy, but I don’t wanna hear that there are good cops when not a single good cop helped me."
James and eight other attorneys general are joining the probe.
The State Legislature will meet to select a new Attorney General who will serve until November.
An attorney for the man's family, called the investigation a "positive step in the right direction."
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