A request for a retrial may be filed against a final and binding judgment of guilt, when filed in the interests of the person who has been found guilty, and when:
(i) It has been proven through a final and binding judgment that documentary or material evidence which served as evidence in the original judgment is false or has been altered;
(ii) It has been proven through a final and binding judgment that testimony, expert evaluation, interpretation, or translation which served as evidence in the original judgment was false;
(iii) It has been proven through a final and binding judgment that a person who has been found guilty was falsely accused; provided, however, that this shall only be when such person was found guilty on the basis of such false accusation;
(iv) A decision which served as evidence in the original judgment has been altered by final and binding judgment;
(v) With regard to cases where a person has been found guilty of criminal infringement of a patent right, utility model right, design right, or trademark right, a trial decision that voided such right has become final, or a judgment that voided such right has been rendered;
(vi) Clear evidence which should make the court render an acquittal or a dismissal , for judicial bar to the person who has been sentenced, or make the court render a remission of punishment for the person to whom punishment has been rendered or make the court find a lesser crime than the crime which was found in the original judgment; or,
(vii) It has been proven through a final and binding judgment that a judge who participated in the original judgment, a judge who participated in making documentary evidence which served as evidence in the original judgment, or the public prosecutor, public prosecutor's assistant officer, or judicial police officer who compiled a document or gave a statement which served as evidence in the original judgment, committed a crime with regard to his/her duty in the case; provided, however, that this shall be limited to when prosecution against such judge, public prosecutor, public prosecutor's assistant officer, or judicial police officer was instituted before rendition of the original judgment, and when the original court did not know such fact.