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Media reported that the court is denying Dani Alves’ bail request


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Moscow, February 21 – A Barcelona court has rejected a request to change the protective measure for former Barcelona and Brazil footballer Dani Alves, who is being held in a rape case, reports Sport.
Earlier, Alves’ lawyer Cristóbal Martel, one of the most respected lawyers in criminal law, submitted a 24-page document to the court, which guaranteed that Alves would not escape and would remain in Spain until the court’s decision. The football player’s defense was ready to grant the court the use of the electronic tracking bracelet, the confiscation of the passport and the posting of bail.
Thus, Elvis will remain in custody awaiting trial. It is currently unknown when the trial will take place.

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In early January, an unnamed woman reported Elvis to the police. She accused him of sexual assault in a nightclub in Barcelona. The player denied his guilt. On January 20, a Barcelona court ordered Alves a preventive measure in the form of detention, and refused him bail. The Brazilian faces 4 to 12 years in prison.
Alves is the most decorated soccer player in history. He has 46 trophies to his credit. As part of Barcelona, ​​\u200b\u200bhe became the champion of Spain six times, won the Spanish Cup and the Super Cup four times, and won the Champions League three times. Alves also played for Sevilla, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazilian national teams Bahia and Sao Paulo.

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