He was officially released from home confinement Monday.READ MORE: David Banks To Be Named New York City Schools Chancellor
Cohen brought his release papers to court in Lower Manhattan to have them processed.
This comes three years after Cohen pleaded guilty to tax evasion and campaign finance law violations.READ MORE: Con Edison Asks Over 140,000 Brooklyn, Queens Residents To Conserve Energy While Crews Repair Electric Cables
He was on house arrest for 18 months after more than 13 months in federal prison.
“I will continue to provide information, testimony, documents and my full cooperation in all ongoing investigations to ensure that others are held responsible for their dirty deeds and that no one is ever believed to be above the law,” Cohen said Monday.MORE NEWS: Glen Cove Resident Praised For Pinpointing Source Of Leaking Sewage Threatening Part Of Long Island Sound
New York prosecutors are said to be looking into Trump’s business dealings.