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Grantham court: Delay over interpreter absence

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Grantham magistrates’ court had to adjourn three separate cases due to the absence of interpreters.

Both the case of 19-year-old Marian Szabo, of Hudson Way, who stands charged with assault by beating, and of Berta Laci, 24, of Bridge End Road, who is accused of driving over the alcohol limit, were adjourned because there was no Hungarian interpreter. Szabo will next appear on May 7, and Laci on April 9, with the defendants remaining on unconditional bail.

Meanwhile Henryk Czachor’s case could not go ahead because there was no Polish interpreter. The 32-year-old from Grantley Street is charged with assault by beating, and is on conditional bail not to contact the complainant or attend the street where they live, until his next court date on July 29.


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