The Chairman of Carlos Ghosn, who is facing a trial in Japan on financial charges, replaced his legal team and made a lawyer notice that he had high profile cases to protect it.
The transfer continues to have a legal disappointment set for Mr Ghosn, who was in Tokyo for nearly three months and had rejected his bail release applications.
In Wednesday's email statement, Mr Ghosn said that his decision was to paste his legal team as part of his preparation for trial.
"I look forward to protecting myself firmly, and this is the beginning of the process, not only establishing my innocence but also giving light to the circumstances that caused my unfair detention," Mr Ghosn said in the statement.
Mr. Ghosn's legal team is because he will have the first hearing he said to the judge in charge of the trial.
The former prosecutor Motonari Otsuru was in charge of Mr Ghosn's defense since then after his arrest on November 1
Mr. The junior lawyer Junichiro Hironaka will be replaced by Otsuru. Mr Hironaka nominated some of the most famous sales in Japan.
Mr Ghosn's prosecutors succeeded in submitting his compensation in the eight years of Nissan's financial statements and Nissan's cause to pay the company a Saudi Arabian friend who helped him with a personal financial problem.
Mr. He says he is innocent of the charges. He says he kept a record by Nissan how much he thought it was worth just reporting as a hypothetical calculation that Nissan was not obliged to pay anything over his publicly-reported compensation. He says that Nissan received and paid valuable services from the Saudi company.
In interviewing the Japanese and French media, he arrested his muffled and charges against "plot and treason".
In his individual community when he was under Mr Gosn's defense, Mr Otsuru said at the January 8 conference news he thought he would take at least six months to start the trial. He said that it was often difficult in the Japanese legal system to release defendants on bonds well before the trial.
Although Mr Otsuru criticized major aspects of the prosecutor's case, he also expressed some sympathy regarding the benefits of his former colleague's question. He stated that Mr Ghosn was admissible to sign a Japanese document that he could not read as far as the English language explained, which Mr Gosn refuses to criticize the practice.
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