Prosecutors Appeal Granting Of Bail To Ghosn

Prosecutors appeal granting of bail to Ghosn

Tokyo prosecutors have filed a quasi-appeal after the Tokyo District Court's decision on Tuesday to grant bail to former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Ghosn has been detained for 107 days, since his first arrest last November. He's been indicted for underreporting his executive compensation in violation of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and aggravated breach of trust for inappropriately shifting Nissan's funds.

Prosecutors File Quasi-appeal Over Ghosn Bail

Prosecutors file quasi-appeal over Ghosn bail

Tokyo prosecutors have filed a quasi-appeal after the Tokyo District Court granted bail to former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn on Tuesday.

Ghosn could be released on Tuesday for the first time in 107 days if the court dismisses the quasi-appeal and the former auto executive pays 8.9 million dollars in bail.

Grandparents Sent To Prosecutors Over Baby's Death

Grandparents sent to prosecutors over baby's death

Police in Tokyo have referred a Japanese couple to prosecutors over the death of their baby granddaughter, who was bitten by their pet dog.

Police sent papers to prosecutors on the 60-year-old man and his wife, 58, on suspicion of negligence resulting in death.

Prosecutors Indict Ghosn On Two New Charges

Prosecutors indict Ghosn on two new charges

Prosecutors have brought a new indictment against Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn. The former auto tycoon has been charged with aggravated breach of trust, and with violating a financial law by underreporting his compensation.

Prosecutors say Ghosn shifted personal foreign exchange contracts with potential losses of about 16 million dollars onto Nissan.

Prosecutors Indict Carlos Ghosn Again

Prosecutors indict Carlos Ghosn again

Tokyo prosecutors have brought a new indictment against Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn. The former auto tycoon has been charged with aggravated breach of trust and with violating a financial law by underreporting his compensation.

It's alleged Ghosn inappropriately transferred funds from a Nissan subsidiary to a Saudi Arabian businessman's company after the man helped Ghosn cover personal investment losses.

Suspect In Tokyo Car Attack Sent To Prosecutors

Suspect in Tokyo car attack sent to prosecutors

Japanese police have sent a 21-year-old man to prosecutors on allegations of hitting pedestrians with his car in central Tokyo early on New Year's Day.

Police say Kazuhiro Kusakabe drove his rented vehicle along a crowded street in the Harajuku shopping district just after midnight, and injured nine people.

Tokyo Prosecutors Searching Nissan Headquarters

Tokyo prosecutors searching Nissan headquarters

NHK has learned that Tokyo prosecutors have begun searching Nissan headquarters on suspicion that its chairman, Carlos Ghosn, under-reported his corporate salary.

Sources say prosecutors are raiding the carmaker's headquarters in Yokohama, near Tokyo, on Monday evening.

Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty For Girl's Murder

Prosecutors seek death penalty for girl's murder

Prosecutors have demanded the death penalty for a man accused of killing a 9-year-old Vietnamese girl in Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo.

Yasumasa Shibuya, who is 47, is charged with killing Le Thi Nhat Linh in March last year after kidnapping her on her way to school in Matsudo City. Her body was found in a nearby city.

Prosecutors Raid Kobe Steel Headquarters

Prosecutors raid Kobe Steel headquarters

Public prosecutors and police are searching the Tokyo headquarters and 4 other facilities of Kobe Steel in connection with the company's falsification of product inspection data.

Investigators launched the raid on Tuesday on suspicion that the leading steel maker violated the law aimed at preventing unfair competition.

Prosecutors Apologize For Isolated Trials

Prosecutors apologize for isolated trials

Japanese prosecutors have apologized interestingly to take part in isolated trials for individuals with sickness, otherwise called Hansen's infection, decades ago.

Officials from the Supreme Public Prosecutors' Office met legal counselors speaking to previous Hansen's malady patients on Friday in Kumamoto, southwestern Japan.

Prosecutors To Test Moritomo Subsidy

Prosecutors to test Moritomo subsidy

Japanese prosecutors are required to explore whether Osaka-based school administrator Moritomo Gakuen got a state sponsorship illegally.

Moritomo Gakuen had been building a secretly run primary school on a some time ago state-possessed plot of land that it bought for far not as much as its assessed esteem. The arrangement has been a concentration of level headed discussion in the Diet.

Air Ship Administrator Alluded To Prosecutors

Aircraft administrator alluded to prosecutors

Police charge an organization associated with a little plane crash in 2015 didn't have legitimate endorsement to offer flights for compensation.

Tokyo metropolitan police have been investigating the case in which a propeller plane conveying a pilot and 4 travelers smashed not long after departure in a Tokyo suburb. The crash murdered the pilot, a traveler and a lady who was in her home at the crash site.