Hillary Clinton said “It’s not going to happen” when asked earlier this month whether she’d be indicted over her use of a private email server as secretary of state.

Several former prosecutors and legal experts interviewed by The Associated Press agree with the Democratic presidential front-runner.

The relatively few laws that govern the handling of classified materials were generally written to cover spies, leakers and those who illegally retain such information. Legal experts say it’s likely a stretch to apply those laws to a former cabinet secretary whose communication of sensitive materials was with aides – not a national enemy.

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