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The Nagoya District Public Prosecutors Office will indict Sato on Monday, the deadline for when he must be indicted or released from custody, the sources said.
The Nagoya District Public Prosecutors Office said it will not indict Chang Kuang-feng, 69, then the airline's vice president, Hsu Chia-yin, 62, and Lin Tzu-wen, 57, then head and deputy head of CAL's operation department, and Lin Yu, 57, chief pilot at the time, on charges of professional negligence.
2 Nagoya Committee for the Inquest of Prosecution, an independent panel of citizens, found prosecutors' previous decision not to indict them unjust in a resolution adopted in January last year.
The committee for the inquest of prosecution, consisting of 11 citizens, examines whether prosecutors' decisions not to indict suspects are proper, although their resolutions are not legally binding.
After the nursing home reported the catheter error to the New York Department of Health (as required by law), state prosecutors tried to indict Einaugler for manslaughter.
Acting on a recommendation by the Nagano prosecution screening panel to indict the driver, a 40-year-old construction worker, the Nagano District Public Prosecutors Office reversed its August 1997 decision to clear him and indicted him in the case, prosecutors said.
A Canyon Country man accused of offering to perform female circumcision on two children was denied bail this week after a prosecutor said the government is considering seeking to indict him on a child porn charge.
And there is Bobby's backchannel efforts to console Congressman Eugene Keough as Justice indicts his brother.