If the Defendant fails to comply with its obligations under this Advocacy Agreement and the case is brought before the courts, the Respondent understands and agrees that all statements it makes under or with respect to this Objection Agreement, including the facts presented under this Oral Agreement and statements made by the defendant during the debriefing proceedings; are permitted if they are proposed by the government as part of the preliminary procedure and/or at the main hearing and may be used for any purpose. The defendant may not claim, in accordance with the Constitution of the United States, any law, Rule 410 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, Rule 11(e)(6) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure or any other federal rule, that the statements of the accused shall be punished or inadmissible under this Agreement, except for reasons of relevance. 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.  In Japan, pleadings were previously prohibited by law, although sources indicated that prosecutors had unlawfully offered defendants pleadings in exchange for their confessions.     Following a Supreme Court of Canada decision that imposed strict timelines for the resolution of criminal cases (eighteen months for cases before a provincial court and thirty months before the Supreme Court), several provinces have taken steps and intensified their efforts to maximize the number of minor criminal cases resolved through plea . . .