A lawyer for Lev Parnas, the associate of Rudy Giuliani charged in a scheme to violate U.S. campaign-finance laws, asked a Manhattan federal judge late Wednesday to modify the terms of his client’s pretrial release so that he can leave his house during the day.

Attorney Joseph Bondy said that Parnas was being held on the “strictest terms of home confinement” and had requested permission to leave his house every day between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., so long as he avoids “airports, boat docks or train terminals.”

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