Jailed lawyer Allen W. Stewart has lost his bid to block the sale of an insurance company he once owned and has been barred from filing any court papers that would interfere with the sale’s consummation.

But Stewart’s lawyer, Kenneth I. Trujillo of Trujillo Rodriguez & Richards, nonetheless won a significant precedent that establishes the right of a criminal defendant to lodge an objection to a proposed sale of a forfeited asset where the proceeds of that sale will be used to offset the defendant’s restitution obligation.

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