The next day, Cutter basically throws the case out before the judge gets a chance to, explaining that they can't support the indictment at the moment. The Conlans are horrified, and Cutter breaks it down for Katie -- they can't make the case against Barkin or Marty if Conlan doesn't testify. Despite the fact that Cutter just crammed a convoluted conspiracy theory into about three sentences, Katie needs almost no time to absorb the information and turns the waterworks on with a quickness, ordering her father to tell the truth or she won't live with him anyway. She storms out of the courtroom.
Cut, natch, to Conlan testifying to his role in the collusion. His testimony rings about as true as Morgan Freeman's big speech in Bonfire of the Vanities, and since it's information we've already heard several times, I won't bother recapping it. In short, Conlan does the right thing, Kleist looks like he ate a mosquito, end credits.