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Hernández shows up in court, receives voluntary prison order


MADRID (AP) — France defender Lucas Hernández has showed up in a Madrid court and been issued a voluntary prison order for violating a restraining order. The Bayern Munich player will have 10 days to voluntarily turn himself in to authorities to start serving a six-month prison sentence. His lawyers have appealed and hope to have the sentenced voided before he has to present himself to authorities. He was originally scheduled to show up in court on Tuesday. Hernández was arrested after a domestic violence incident in Spain in 2017, while he played for Atlético Madrid.

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