(New York) -- New York Governor Eliot Spitzer may still face a slew of charges after being linked to a prostitution ring. U.S. Attorney Michael Garcia said Wednesday that there is no agreement between his office and Spitzer relating to the governor's resignation.
Experts say Spitzer could end up facing numerous charges, including money laundering, misuse of state resources, tax evasion, and soliciting prostitution.
If Spitzer used campaign funds to pay for his services with the prostitution ring, he would also face a host of other charges related to federal election violations.
Garcia's office continues to investigate the prostitution ring Spitzer is alleged to have patronized, but the U.S. Attorney hasn't said if charges against the governor are forthcoming.
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