In the case of hybrid offences, the Crown must make a binding decision on summary or charge proceedings before the accused makes his or her case. If the Crown succeeds in proceeding summarily and the accused subsequently pleads not guilty, the Crown cannot change its choice. As a result, the Crown is unable to offer a summary approach in exchange for an admission of guilt. Plea Bargaining was introduced in Japan in June 2018. The first plea bargaining case under this system, in July 2018, involved allegations of corruption at Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems in Thailand.  The second case was an agreement reached in November 2018 to obtain evidence of a violation of accounting and securities legislation against Nissan executives Carlos Ghosn and Greg Kelly.