The former president and two top judges were sentenced to 19 months in prison.
Chief Justice Abdulla Saeed was arrested hours after a state of emergency was declared.
The conglomerate, owned and run by self-exiled Jumhooree Party leader Gasim Ibrahim, is said to have for paid for luxury Malaysian properties for two top judges.
Defence Minister Adam Shareef met the two high-profile detainees as the president's envoy.
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Judge Hassan Najeeb refused to slow down the pace of the trial or give the defence more time to prepare, prompting lawyers to walk out of...
The country's highest-ranking judges were found guilty earlier this month of influencing lower court judges and sentenced to one year, seven months and six days in prison.
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Chief Justice Abdulla Saeed was found guilty of obstruction of state function and handed a prison sentence of four months and 24 days.
The chief justice faces a prison term of four months and 24 days if found guilty for obstruction of state functions.
Two top judges and a judicial administrator are alleged to be part of a plot to overthrow the government, according to statements leaked online.
Abdulla Saeed is accused of unduly using his influence as chief justice to overthrow the government by putting national security and public safety at risk.
The chief justice is also on trial for bribery, terrorism and obstruction of justice.
Defence lawyers said the obstruction of government function charge was brought in violation of the criminal procedures act.
The constitution was crushed and his detention was an inhumane atrocity, the chief justice told the court.
The judge said he didn't know there had been an earlier hearing or that another judge had presided over the case.
Thursday's hearing in the trial of Chief Justice Abdulla Saeed and Supreme Court Ali Hameed has been closed to the media and public.