The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office is urging the judge overseeing former President Donald Trump’s criminal case to leave intact limited gag orders that prevent him from speaking about jurors or court staff ahead of sentencing—citing bomb and death threats against those involved.

The 19-page filing cites 56 “actionable threats” made against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and unspecified staff with his office since the trial began in April. That number does not include the hundreds of threatening communications received by the office this year, prosecutors write.