The two-year legal odyssey of Arienne Irving, the Manhattan defense attorney who faced life in prison for her alleged role in a violent plot to intimidate witnesses on behalf of a Guyanese drug kingpin, is officially over.

Without giving an explanation, the Eastern District U.S. Attorney’s Office withdrew its appeal Monday of Judge John Gleeson’s decision to throw out a jury verdict convicting Irving of six felonies, including conspiracy to obstruct justice and attempted witness tampering.

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