will be allowed to leave his home for four hours a day, the judge who is handling the case decided on Friday.
Since then, the former president remains at home under house arrest, although the California prison services denounced in April that he had left his house four times to go to the beach and neighbors' homes, which earned him reprimands from the magistrate.
Since then, Toledo's behavior has adjusted to the conditions of house arrest. Thus, the judge decided to grant this request made by the lawyer.
He has also spent the last few years as fugitive from Peruvian justice in the San Francisco Bay area.
For this reason, the former president is charged with the alleged commission of the crimes of money laundering, collusion and influence peddling.