Former Liga MX player could spend 18 months in jail for a fight in Spain
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The Criminal Court 2 of Granada The trial postponed due to the strike of Justice officials will be held on October 4 against the Venezuelan footballer of Real Valladolid Darwin Machíswhich is facing 18 months in prison for two crimes of injury committed in a fight in 2021, when he played for Granada CF.
The trial was set for May 10, although the strike by Justice officials forced its postponement until October, sources from the Andalusia Superior Court of Justice (TSJA) have informed EFE.
Those involved in the case already coincided last January when The last compromise attempt ended without an agreement in which neither Machís nor the other three defendants accepted the sentences of 18 months in prison requested by the Prosecutor's Office.
The international winger with Venezuela, 30, is accused of participate in a fight recorded after 10:30 p.m. on April 4, 2021 at a venue in the Granada town of Churriana de la Vega, a confrontation that would have resulted in two injuries.
The Venezuelan would have participated together with three other people in a confrontation in in which the soccer player was also injured, although he did not formalize any complaint for the events.
In the provisional brief of the Prosecutor's Office, to which EFE has had access, the Public Ministry maintains that the facts represent two crimes of injury for which he has requested a sentence of 18 months in prison.
The private prosecution of one of the injured by Aránguez Abogados considers that the footballer, aided by “three Colombian hit men”, He went to the place where his ex-wife was with her new partner and, Without saying a word, they severely beat both this man and the friend who accompanied them before fleeing.
This prosecution also considers that the facts represent two crimes of injury, although he has interested a sentence of five years in prison.
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