September 26, 2006 - Andrew Fastow is sentenced to six years in prison, four years less than his plea agreement stipulated in January 2004.
October 17, 2006 - Judge Lake erases Lay's fraud and conspiracy convictions. This is a long-standing legal practice of the U.S. federal courts if the defendant dies before he/she has a chance for an appeal to be heard.
October 23, 2006 - Jeffrey Skilling is sentenced to 24 years and four months in prison.
November 7, 2006 - Fastow reports to the Oakdale, Louisiana federal detention center to begin serving his six-year sentence.
November 15, 2006 - Former COO Richard Causey is sentenced to five years and six months in prison for one count of securities fraud.
November 16, 2006 - Jeffrey Skilling appeals his convictions to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
December 13, 2006 - Skilling reports to prison in Waseca, Minnesota, after a judge refuses to allow him to remain free pending appeal.
January 3, 2007 - Richard Causey reports to the Bastrop Federal Correctional Institution to begin serving his 5 1/2 year sentence.
January 6, 2009 - The U.S. Court of Appeals affirms Skilling's conviction but sends his case back for resentencing.
June 24, 2010 - The U.S. Supreme Court rules that Skilling was incorrectly prosecuted under a law concerning "honest-services fraud." The court then nullifies Skilling's conviction on that charge.
April 6, 2011 - The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals confirms Skilling's criminal conviction.
May 16, 2011 - Andrew Fastow is transferred from a federal prison in Louisiana to a halfway house in Houston. He is later allowed to move to his home to complete his sentence.
May 17, 2011 - Richard Causey begins serving the rest of his five and a half year sentence in home confinement.
December 17, 2011 - Fastow's home confinement ends and he begins two years of probation.
April 16, 2012 - The U.S. Supreme Court turns aside Jeffrey Skilling's second appeal. A few weeks later, Skilling's attorney files a motion requesting a new trial in Houston federal court citing newly discovered evidence.
June 21, 2013 - A federal judge reduces Skilling's sentence by more than 10 years. As part of the resentencing deal brokered between prosecutors and the defense, Skilling agrees to stop challenging his conviction and forfeit roughly $42 million that will be distributed among the victims of the Enron fraud.