VILNIUS – Prosecutors have refused to soften the existing measure of suppression for Neringa Venckiene, a former Lithuanian judge and parliamentarian who was extradited from the United States, to allow her travel up to 50, not 10, kilometers from her home in Garliava, near Kaunas, Lithuania's second-largest city of Lithuania, the Kauno Diena daily writes.
Although the distance was increased for Venckiene to be able to travel to Kaunas, her lawyer Sonata Zukauskiene said the real distance from her client's home and central Kaunas is 11-12 km.
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