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thanks Nissan's ex chairman Carlos Ghosn was granted bail on Tuesday a Tokyo court set the bail and almost nine million dollars on condition he submit to video surveillance and allow his communications to be monitored Goans been in custody for over three months he's fighting charges of financial misconduct will head of a three way alliance between Nissan and Mitsubishi and right now Nissan alleges he under reported his compensation for nearly a decade to the tune of eighty two million dollars Ghosn could face ten years in jail he has denied wrongdoing Tuesday's decision is a win for his new legal team it's now headed by Junichiro Hironaka A. K. A. the razor in Japan who's led several successful and aggressive defenses of high profile cases on Monday he said he pursue a different strategy in cones defense by formal the detention system in Japan is also known as hostage justice which means one remains in a detention center as punishment until one confesses the prosecutor requests this system is being criticized all over the world we would like to appeal against that situation later on Monday guns team also handed a dossier tea on human rights officials that they claim showed Goans rights have been violated during his detention in Japan Nichols is shown that the conditions of detention he can be dehumanizing we have stressed this how can we explain that he has been placed in solitary confinement for one Hundred Days how can we explain that he's not authorized to wear a watch if it's not too disoriented regarding the time how can we explain that while the us for another blankets onsen no he can only have two blankets during the call which Japanese winter on Tuesday Nissan said it was not in a position to comment on Goans bail and the Tokyo court later said Japanese prosecutors appealed the court's decision to approve cones request for release on bail