Federal prosecutors plan to drop bribery charges against four people in the Buffalo Billion corruption trial.
Two of those people include Louis Ciminelli and Michael Laipple, who were former executives at LPCiminelli.
The federal government will still pursue wire fraud charges against them.
The men are accused of bribing state officials to get money from the billion dollars given to Buffalo from the state for redevelopment.
Kevin Schuler, who also worked with LPCiminelli, pleaded guilty earlier this month to wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
According to WGRZ in Buffalo, the defendants are scheduled to go on trial next month; however, prosecutors have asked for a two week delay so they can review documents that weren't previously turned over to the government.