Court Needs Interpreter For Man Facing Charge Of Failing To Stop After An Accident

PUBLISHED: 17:03 25 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 04 May 2010

AN interpreter is needed for a Stretham man facing motoring charges before Ely magistrates. So on Thursday the case against Algirdas Uzrengis was adjourned until September 3, so a Lithuanian language specialist can be appointed to help him. Uzrengis, 61,

AN interpreter is needed for a Stretham man facing motoring charges before Ely magistrates.

So on Thursday the case against Algirdas Uzrengis was adjourned until September 3, so a Lithuanian language specialist can be appointed to help him.

Uzrengis, 61, of Stowbridge Farm, is accused of failing to stop after a road accident, failing to report the accident to police, and driving without due care and attention.


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