Long Island attorney says Cuomo's apologies don't get him off the hook

In his resignation announcement, Gov. Andrew Cuomo denied intentionally showing any disrespect toward women, saying in his mind he never crossed the line with anyone.
"The most serious allegations made against me had no credible factual basis," says Cuomo in his response to Brittany Commisso's criminal complaint filed against him.
Commisso, an executive assistant on Cuomo's staff, detailed her interactions with Cuomo in a joint interview with CBS and The Times Union of Albany that was broadcast Monday. Commisso accused Cuomo of groping her breast under her blouse.
"In my mind I've never crossed the line with anyone," says Cuomo. "But I didn't realize the extent to which the line has been redrawn. This is not to say that there are not 11 women who I truly offended, there are. And for that I deeply, deeply apologize."
Attorney and executive director for Parents for Megan's Law Laura Ahearn says his apologies do not get him off the hook.
"He was making excuses for his inappropriate behavior," says Ahearn. "These violations of boundaries are exactly the definition of sexual harassment."
Ahearn also pointed out that Cuomo is the governor who signed legislation years ago giving women in the workplace relief from sexual harassment.