According to the source, the ex-premier’s lawyer Daniel Horowitz said that
Lazarenko would remain in custody due to his uncertain status for staying in the
It is expected that the ex-premier will remain at the detention facility in
Sacramento until the U.S. authorities decide whether his stay should be
legalized or he should be deported,” the publication said.
Lazarenko’s lawyer in Ukraine, Maryna Dovhopola, told Interfax-Ukraine that
she did not have such information.