A Manhattan judge on Friday imposed no jail time on Francis Canellas, Dewey & LeBoeuf’s former finance director who pleaded guilty in a cooperation agreement with prosecutors and became the star witness in the years-long criminal case over Dewey’s 2012 collapse.

With Canellas’ sentencing, it’s all but certain that no one will go to jail in the Dewey case, which included more than 100 charges and 11 criminal defendants when it was first brought in 2014.

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