After 3 ½ months in prison, former Nissan Motor leader Carlos Ghosn has been bail by a Tokyo court.
Ghosn could be released within a few days, even though the prosecution sees the decision out and requires him to remain in jail.
Ghosn has received bail twice. His security is set at $ 8.9 million, and that's conditions.
Ghosn must be in Japan, the court has set limits on Ghosn's computer and smartphone, so he cannot communicate with people overseas, according to the Wall Street Journal. 19659002] Ghosn was arrested on November 19 and charged under-reporting his compensation for almost a decade. Ghosn was also charged with a worsening trust clause for temporary transfer of personal investment losses to Nissan in 2008.
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If the verdict was settled, Ghosn could spend up to a decade in prison according to Reuters. He has denied any wrongdoing.