UPDATE. According to the Herald article, the matter is not over with the not guilty verdicts. Federal District Judge Alan Gold will let the prosecutors stew in their misery over the weekend and then call them on he carpet Monday morning to have them explain their behavior during the investigation and trial of this matter. From threats and retaliation against Markus and his client when the defense filed a motion to suppress the client's statement (the prosecution superseeeded the indictment and added 140 counts, then lost the motion to suppress because the magistrate found the lead agent was not credible) to the secret tapings of the defense team for which they did not obtain permission from Washington, the prosecutors have a lot to account for.
Then for the defense their is the troubling matter of not pleading guilty in Federal court. For that, the prosecution is expected to argue that Markus and Seitles should be subject to an investigation and harassment, since fighting and winning in federal court violates the Cheney Law. Plus, this is defense attorney Marc Seitles second win against the same prosecution team in six months, and that means he's subject to enhanced penalties.