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Coronavirus in Argentina | He violated the quarantine three times and was sentenced to 200 hours of community work


A man who violated quarantine three times in Mendoza He received a exemplary sentence: he was given a suspended year in prison and must complete 200 hours of community work at Notti Hospital.

The condemned is Edgardo Ribi, who broke the isolation on three different occasions. Violations occurred on days 2, 10 and 15 of April.

The hearing was held virtually. (Photo: courtesy of Cuyo Noticias)

The man was detained in the Provincial Penitentiary, from where he awaited the progress of his cause.

This morning the judge of the Collegiate Criminal Court Cristina Pietrasanta sentenced Ribi to one year in prison and 200 hours of community work at Notti Hospital.

The penalty was set by the defendant’s defender and the prosecutor Fernando Giunta, in an abbreviated trial in which man pleaded guilty.

The hearing was held virtually. She is the first person sentenced to volunteer work for violating isolation.

Written by Argentina News

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