Modifications sought in Johnson's release

Attorneys still working to get Mark Johnson's wife as a signatory on the $1m bond agreed for his release in July

Legal conditions: attorneys are still trying to put a lien on Johnson's UK home

The defence attorney in the case against HSBC executive Mark Johnson has asked a district court judge to modify his client's bail conditions so his wife can put up security for the $1 million bond agreed in July to secure his release.

Johnson's wife, Diane Minihane, has yet to sign as surety for her husband, because attorneys are still trying to get a lien put on their UK home. Following his arrest and arraignment in July, Johnson was released under the condition that he would put up $300,000 in

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