The prosecutions of attorney Robert Simels and his former associate Arienne Irving, both of whom were convicted in August of conspiring to threaten witnesses, came to very different conclusions on Friday.
Eastern District of New York Judge John Gleeson sentenced Simels to 14 years in federal prison and a $225,000 fine.
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