China says the previous Interpol boss Meng Hongwei has conceded his blame in the wake of going on preliminary for taking more than $2m (£1.6m) in rewards.
State media said the court in Tianjin would give its decision sometime in the not too distant future.
Mr Meng, who was the main Chinese head of Interpol, evaporated on an excursion back to China from France last September.
The Communist Party later affirmed that he’d been confined as a component of President Xi Jinping’s drive against debasement.
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Mr Meng’s better half, who is in France, has said the charges against him are politically roused.
In May, she was conceded political refuge in France, over her feelings of trepidation that she and her youngsters may get seized.
Media captionIn 2018, Grace Meng said “savage” China was abusing her better half
The 65-year-old, who had been living in France, surrendered as Interpol president in the wake of being confined by the Chinese specialists.
Mr Meng’s vanishing in September provoked universal concern.
In October, Chinese specialists said Mr Meng was being explored over presumed reward taking.
He has additionally been removed from the gathering and deprived of all administration positions, as indicated by the gathering’s guard dog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI).