As United States prosecutors delivered updates on Wednesday in their unfolding corruption case against global soccer officials and business executives, a federal judge expressed eagerness to move the case toward trial.

A lawyer for one of the defendants, Charles A. Stillman, said his client had encountered “technical glitches” in transferring assets from Brazil to the United States in order to deliver a $2 million corporate surety bond. United States prosecutors have insisted that the bond be issued by a United States bank rather than a Brazilian one, in accordance with the terms of the bail agreement.

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