Concerning the voting, the commission's verdict on each of the five charges was voted on separately, with votes like 33-3-2 or 33-5 (in favor of the commission's not guilty verdict) being pretty representative.The trial, which took place June 3-4 of this year, concluded with a gag order which was not lifted until earlier today.
TE Lane Keister and Michael Horton both testified at the trial, which was prosecuted by TE Jason Stellman. Stellman says that he will be sharing information on the trial in the near future (presumably via his blog) - although there are evidently limits to what Stellman is allowed to discuss publicly.
The Aquila Report has more information on the ruling here, and Lane Keister has some of his thoughts, along with his testimony here. Without any intention of impugning the elders within the PNW Presbytery, I must say I am bewildered. Those of us within the PCA who have even a cursory knowledge of the writings and teachings of Dr. Leithart cannot help but be stunned that any governing body which is under the Westminster Standards could rule that Dr. Leithart's views are in keeping with those standards.
To put it bluntly, if Peter Leithart does not exemplify and embody Federal Vision theology, then King David wasn't Jewish.
Wes White discusses what is next in the process at his blog. I recommend it, especially for the curious.