It is the first case in the history of a monarchy, at least in recent times. than a member of the same prison scene. He did it a little over a year ago. Iñaki Urdangarin was found guilty of the crimes of fraud, embezzlement, influence peddling, and embezzlement.
Infanta Cristina's husband was sentenced to a sentence of almost six years in prison, of which he still has more than four to serve. In accordance with the law, the inmate may enjoy two days out of prison like other prisoners but not to see her family, or for other personal reasons.
The former sportsman will carry out social work where he will help disabled people in a religious center. King Felipe VI's brother-in-law will spend around eight hours outside the prison to carry out this activity.
Urdangarín is being held in the Brieva women's prison in the Spanish province of Ávila. The penitentiary institutions decided to keep him there for reasons of absolute security. According to the newspaper EL PAÍS, his relationship with other inmates is non-existent and his social life is reduced to visits by family members.
This return to freedom in quotes is granted to those inmates who do not pose any risk to society. So far this year more than 200 people have had access to this right, which is a way to make their reintegration easier and in some cases it could help to review the sentence.
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