Tristan Snell was speaking after a court found that the former president had massively inflated the value of some of his properties and ordered that some Trump companies involved be stripped of their corporate licenses. It’s one part of Trump’s ongoing civil fraud trial.

“The worst outcome that could have come from this case has already been handed down, and that is for the corporate licenses to be canceled,” Snell told MSNBC. “The properties are likely going to be liquidated. The properties are probably going to be sold at auction. That’s probably what is going to happen. We don’t know that for sure, but that is probably where this is headed. So [Trump] is already really, really in trouble.”

Snell said that it was important to remember that Trump has already lost, despite his protestations of innocence.

Judge Arthur Engoron ruled last week that Trump, his adult sons, The Trump Organization and other businesses associated with the former president had overvalued several of his properties—including his Mar-a-Lago residence in Palm Beach, Florida, and his triplex in Manhattan at the Trump Tower—for financial gain.