The government, federal prosecutors wrote in a motion, "believes that both defendants remain risks of flight and dangers to the community."
Attorneys for Stone disagree.
"The Defendant has a young child under the age of two and a fiancee, is working diligently at a nearby farm, and studying to obtain his General Equivalency Diploma," federal defenders wrote on Stone's behalf.
"Stone, Jr. wishes to interact with his young son and fiance in ways currently prevented or severely strained by the conditions of home confinement and electronic monitoring," they wrote. "These stringent conditions have also restricted Stone, Jr.'s options for child care while he is working, as well as his flexibility in the hours worked," they wrote.