Volkswagen engineer James Robert Liang, left, leaves court, in Detroit, after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy in the company's emissions cheating scandal. He was sentenced to three years in jail and fined US$200,000 for his role in the scandal. Photo: Detroit News via AP Volkswagen engineer James Robert Liang, left, leaves court, in Detroit, after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy in the company's emissions cheating scandal. He was sentenced to three years in jail and fined US$200,000 for his role in the scandal. Photo: Detroit News via AP
Volkswagen engineer James Robert Liang, left, leaves court, in Detroit, after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy in the company's emissions cheating scandal. He was sentenced to three years in jail and fined US$200,000 for his role in the scandal. Photo: Detroit News via AP
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US court sentences engineer in Volkswagen scandal to three years in jail

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Volkswagen engineer James Robert Liang, left, leaves court, in Detroit, after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy in the company's emissions cheating scandal. He was sentenced to three years in jail and fined US$200,000 for his role in the scandal. Photo: Detroit News via AP Volkswagen engineer James Robert Liang, left, leaves court, in Detroit, after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy in the company's emissions cheating scandal. He was sentenced to three years in jail and fined US$200,000 for his role in the scandal. Photo: Detroit News via AP
Volkswagen engineer James Robert Liang, left, leaves court, in Detroit, after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy in the company's emissions cheating scandal. He was sentenced to three years in jail and fined US$200,000 for his role in the scandal. Photo: Detroit News via AP
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