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(Reuters) - New York’s Attorney General must review his predecessor’s private emails relating to a probe of American International Group Inc and decide whether to release them to the public, a state judge has ruled.

The office of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman must gain access to an email account belonging to former Attorney General Eliot Spitzer even though it was private, state Supreme Court Justice Christopher Cahill wrote. Cahill’s order was dated April 30 and seen by Reuters on Thursday.

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