The trouble for the law enforcement trio began when they pulled Marte over last July, and found a gun in his car.
The officers testified that they had seen him run a red light, which led to him getting pulled over, but prosecutors argued that they pulled him over after getting a tip that he had a gun hidden in his car.
Prosecutors said Dodge, Gonzalez and Farraj didn't disclose that they'd received the informant's tip.
Marte, who has been convicted for cocaine trafficking twice, beat the rap after his lawyer argued that he hadn't been read his Miranda rights. Marte ended up testifying against the cops, but not after getting another arrest on gun charges.
Gonzalez had been facing a maximum of 30 years behind bars, Farraj 25 years and Dodge 20 years.