A federal judge says the main reason he is denying bail is obstruction of justice charges, part of a multi-count indictment unveiled in Chicago and New York.
Jeffrey Epstein faces up to 45 years in prison if convicted of the charges brought against him.
His lawyer, Azrul Zulkifli Stork, says Riza will appear in court on Friday to face charges.
The US is seeking to extradite Mun Chol Myong to face charges of money laundering.
Apex court grants bail for Samirah Muzaffar, saying High Court erred in rejecting her application.
During his bail, the 58-year-old must surrender his travel documents, wear an electronic tag and stay in his London home.
Ghosn needs court permission to see his wife which his lawyer says violate the UN's International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
The Court of Appeal dismisses her application, meaning that she will remain in custody until the disposal of her murder trial.
Abraaj Group founder Arif Naqvi is required to surrender his Pakistani passport, be under 24-hour curfew and wear an electronic tag.
It was Carlos Ghosn's second spell in the Tokyo detention centre.
Ghosn is set to post the bail and be released for the second time.
The High Court says Samirah Muzaffar, who has been charged with murder, failed to prove why she should be allowed bail.
Authorities are looking into new allegations that the former Nissan boss transferred some US$15 million in funds between late 2015 and mid-2018 to a dealership in Oman.
The 47-year-old was remanded on Tuesday.
High Court judge sets aside the earlier Sessions Court decision and grants Karitikesoo Valu bail of RM5,000.
High Court judge Ab Karim Ab Rahman says granting bail for non-bailable offences is not an extraordinary practice.
They say bail can be considered under the Criminal Procedure Code since the law under which the man was charged is silent on the matter.
While on bail, former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn is allowed to go out but has pledged not to leave Japan and to stay away from the internet.
A source said the two, together with the temple chairman who was freed yesterday, can be recalled for further statements if required.
A Tokyo court authorised Ghosn’s release on a US$8.9 million bond.
Baljit Sidhu says they must be allowed to continue their education as the trial may take up to five years to conclude.
Ghosn's new layer, Junichiro Hironaka, is confident Ghosn could be released in the near future.
Ghosn switched to an aggressive legal strategy came after his attempts to win bail failed.
Kelly needs to put up only a tenth that amount, or US$100,000, to be let out of jail.