New York prosecutors have reportedly given former President Donald Trump’s attorneys till Monday to persuade them to not file prison fees towards the Trump Organization over its monetary dealings.

The deal might sign that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. and New York Attorney General Letitia James are contemplating prison fees towards the corporate as an entity, as first reported Sunday by The Washington Post, citing two individuals aware of the matter. The two places of work are working collectively after each spent years investigating Trump’s enterprise.

On Friday, The New York Times and NBC News reported that Vance’s workplace might file fees towards the Trump Organization as quickly because the upcoming week. Attorneys working for Trump personally and for the group reportedly met with Vance’s workplace on Thursday in an try and persuade prosecutors to drop the fees. According to the Times and the Post, such alternatives to steer prosecutors towards submitting fees are usually not irregular in white-collar prison investigations.

Prosecutors have proven curiosity in whether or not the Trump Organization used deceptive valuations of its properties to deceive lenders and taxing authorities, and in whether or not the corporate paid taxes on fringe advantages for high executives.