Engoron previously found Trump, his sons Donald Jr. and Eric, and the Trump Organization liable for a scheme in which the value of Trump’s net worth and assets were unlawfully inflated to obtain more favorable business deals. Trump has maintained his innocence.

The former president received a penalty of about $454 million, after interest, and would have had to pay a bond slightly higher than that amount to stave off the state from seizing his assets, including his many real estate holdings, to cover the penalty. An appeals court later ruled that he could instead pay a lower bond of $175 million.