The San Francisco-based Japanese diplomat who abused his wife might have received a lighter jail sentence if he showed even a little remorse, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Yoshiaki Nagaya, 33, who lives in San Bruno and works at the Japanese consulate in downtown San Francisco, was sentenced Monday to the maximum one year in San Mateo County Jail after pleading no contest to two domestic violence charges in December. Read More
Yoshiaki Nagaya might have abused his wife, but he also might not be quite the monster portrayed by prosecutors, according to Nagaya’s attorney, Garrick Lew. Read More
The wife of a Japanese diplomat based in San Francisco is expected to testify today about allegations of horrific abuse by her husband, who is charged with throwing her from a car, stabbing her with a screwdriver and “stomping on her” several times — once knocking out a tooth. Read More