3rd time lucky? Nissan ex-chair Ghosn hoping for his release
TOKYO (AP) - The new lawyer of former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn says he believes the auto executive's latest request for release from a Japanese detention center on bail, his third, might succeed.
Junichiro Hironaka said Monday that Ghosn promised to accept camera surveillance as a way to monitor his activities if he is released. He has been held since his arrest on Nov. 19.
Ghosn, who says he is innocent, faces charges of falsifying financial reports and breach of trust. His late...