Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara on his podcast posted Thursday said he was unhappy the convictions of the Legislature former top lawmakers were overturned in the last several months, but expects “justice will be done” at their expected retrials.

Republican former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos’s corruption conviction on securing a no-show job for his son Adam was overturned, as was Adam Skelos’s, on Tuesday.

Two months ago, ex-Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, a Democrat, had his conviction on fraud and bribery tossed as well.

Bharara, who now has a podcast show on Cafe, led the prosecutions of both lawmakers.

“If you want to know how I feel about it, I’m unhappy about it,” he said. “The prosecutors in my office are unhappy about it. The FBI agents who worked on it are unhappy about it. And the people of New York state who care about clean government are unhappy about it.”

Bharara said “a lot of people” do not agree with the Supreme Court decision that narrowed the definition of honest services fraud that resulted in the convictions being overturned. Both Skelos and Silver are expected to be retried by federal prosecutors.

“I have great confidence in the prosecutors in my office who are going to be running the case,” he said, “and I think justice will still be done.”