The High Court in Prague has released entrepreneur Libuse Barkova, an acquaintance of former Prime Minister Stanislav Gross's family, from custody after nine days she spent there. Ms Barkova has been charged with insurance fraud worth 8 million crowns (330,000 dollars). If found guilty, she faces up to 12 years in prison. Last Wednesday, the Prague City Court had her taken into custody in apprehension that she might leave the country.
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