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Dani Alves does not leave jail today after failing to raise the million euros of bail

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Dani Alves does not leave jail today after failing to raise the million euros of bail

Dani Alves made the front pages of the country this morning after having managed to get out of jail after the Barcelona Court will agree to release him provisionallyto the former low football player bail of one million euros.

As happened in the past with the 150,000 euros awarded as compensation to the victimthe news broke out in the media that he would once again be the Neymar’s priest who would be in charge of raising the millionaire figure so that the Brazilian could take to the streets as soon as possible.

However, the hThe time limit set by the court was 2:30 p.m.a limit in which the father of the football player has not managed to raise the million euros necessary for the freedom of Dani Alves.

It is expected, however, that This Thursday Dani Alves will be able to leave the Brians 2 penitentiary center, where he has been locked up for 14 months. His lawyer Ins Guardiolahas collected the Spanish and Brazilian passports of the athlete to deliver them to Justice with the aim of avoiding a possible flight to Brazil, a country that does not have an extradition treaty with Spain.

A judge from the Barcelona Court refused to grant freedom to Dani Alves

Luis Balestmagistrate judge of the sentence on Dani Alves, cast a private vote in which, against his two companions María Isabel Delgado Pérez and Pablo Dez Noval, refuses to grant provisional freedom to the Brazilian.

The judge assured in his vote that “with the utmost respect and consideration towards my colleagues on the Court and making use of the right established in article 260.1 of the LOPJ, I disagree with the majority’s opinion and believe that the provisional status of the accused should be extended with the maximum limit of half of the sentence imposed, that is, 2 years and 3 months in prison.”



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