Now that the investigation into former state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's alleged abuse is over, women's groups are urging him to help the fight against domestic violence.

Schneiderman resigned in May after a New Yorker article detailed four women's accusations that he physically abused them. A special prosecutor was appointed to review the case, but last week she announced that no charges would be brought, in part because the statute of limitations had expired. Schneiderman did issue a statement apologizing for his actions. 

This week, leaders from several organizations are signing onto a letter asking Schneiderman to donate the remaining money in his campaign account to non-profits that help domestic violence victims. 

Sonia Ossorio from the National Organization of Women's New York chapter explains more.