Brittney Griner's trial is supported by character witnesses 

Griner's medical proprietorship preliminary took place Thursday with the club's top executive and her partner discussing Griner's influence on Russian ladies' ball.

Griner, who surrendered last week, didn't certify exactly as expected at the third day of the primer.  

She has been kept in Russia since February, and the US government is under pressure at home to get different things done to get her chance. 

The reprehensible request could be a way of working with the court so any prisoner exchange can go forward.

Griner was caught at the Russian capital's Sheremetyevo Airport when customs specialists said they found vape canisters with pot oil in her stuff.

In court, she recognized that she had the canisters, yet said they were there in view of rushed squeezing.

She is doing as many as 10 years in prison.

In Russia's legitimate system, surrendering liability doesn't normally end a starter.