Michael Cohen released from home confinement, vows continued cooperation

Michael Cohen released from home confinement, vows continued cooperation


Michael Cohen was released from home confinement restrictions Monday morning — as he vowed to continue to hand over information about “dirty deeds,” he said outside Manhattan federal court. 

Former President Donald Trump’s ex-personal attorney was released from federal prison on furlough in May 2020 after serving more than a year of a three-year sentence for tax evasion, bank fraud and lying to Congress. 

He was placed on home confinement after being cut loose from Otisville Correctional Facility as part of an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 behind bars. 

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Speaking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Lower Manhattan Monday, Cohen vowed that he would continue to provide information about alleged crimes he has knowledge of. 

“I will continue to provide

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