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Grantham court: Lithuanian man’s case adjourned to arrange interpreter

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A Lithuanian man charged with assault by beating has had his case adjourned so that an interpreter can be arranged.

Valentinas Jersovas, 23, of First Avenue, Grantham, faces one count of assault against another on January 16 at Cambridge Street.

The defendant has not yet entered a plea, with magistrates agreeing with the defence that a Lituanian interpreter was required before the case can proceed.

Jersovas is due to appear again at Grantham on February 23, and in the meantime is on conditional bail to reside at his given address, to not contact the complainant by any means, and to not enter Cambridge Street.


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