Gov. David Paterson is not expected to face charges in the domestic violence case involving a former aide that led to his decision earlier this year not to seek reelection. News that the governor has been cleared of law-breaking spread wide ahead of a Wednesday report that concludes a four-month investigation into the governor’s actions in the matter.
The Times, which broke the story of Paterson’s involvment in aide David Johnson’s case back in Februrary, says that the investigator is expected to come to the conclusion that Paterson’s conduct was “inappropriate.”
More on this after the report is released.