Attorney Alan Dershowitz cautioned that although the Mueller report reportedly does not recommend any further indictments, it could still be used as a "road map" for other investigatory bodies.
Dershowitz was on Fox News Friday evening less than two hours after special counsel Robert Mueller delivered his final report on the Russia investigation.
The Associated Press and other news outlets have reported that Mueller is not seeking any more indictments as part of his probe.
"We may still see indictments coming from the Southern District of New York, Washington, Virginia. We may see in this report a road map for other and further investigations by U.S. attorneys' offices and Congress," Dershowitz said.
"What we see is there are no more of their indictments, unless there are sealed ones, from the special counsel itself. I think that's very significant, but that doesn't mean the president's problems are over."
Dershowitz added, however, that the Mueller investigation has merely discovered "process crimes" and nothing more.
"They are serious crimes, but you do not appoint a special counsel in order to prosecute process crimes … you appoint a special counsel to prosecute or investigate substantive crimes relating to collusion," he said. "On that, unless we see something dramatic in this report, this special counsel has not come up with very much."
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