Warwickshire County Council will be sentenced for health and safety breaches linked to a fire which claimed the lives of four firefighters.
It has been more than five years since four firefighters were killed in a warehouse fire in in Atherstone-on-Stour, Warwickshire.
Two fire officers have been acquitted of manslaughter charges following the deaths of four of their colleagues at a warehouse fire in 2007.
A fire service manager accused of manslaughter of four firefighters killed in a Warwickshire warehouse blaze has been found not guilty.
Paul Simmons, Watch Manager from Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service was standing trial at Stafford Crown Court.
He appeared alongside Watch Manager Adrian Ashley, and station manager Timothy Woodward.
The judge told jurors there was no case to answer for Mr Simmons, who faced four counts of gross negligence manslaughter.
The trial of Ashley and Woodward who both deny four counts of manslaughter, will continue.
The trial has started into the deaths of four Warwickshire firefighters.
Ian Reid, John Averis, Darren Yates Badley and Ashley Stephens died after the fire at a vegetable packing factory at Atherstone on Stour in Warwickshire in November 2007.