The judge ruled that the prosecution's efforts to cut off some defendants' legal defense funding was intolerable. Story here. One of the defining aspects of an adversarial system is a limitation on litigants' efforts to attack the very system itself. I have been critical of the government's efforts to interfere with KPMG's legal duties to indemnify its accused employees. The judge apparently agrees.
UPDATE: Not surprisingly, White Collar Crime Prof Blog has excellent analyses of this development.