||Prosecutor General Huang Shyh-ming directed the special investigation team to investigate the case of Wang Jin-pyng lobbying for legislator Ke Cheng-ming, but he reported the case to the President Ma Ying-jeou before the investigation was completed, so he was reported by Ke Cheng-ming for alleged confidential information leakages. Taiwan Taipei District Prosecutors Office prosecuted Huang Shyh-ming for confidential information leakages. After the case was tried by the Taiwan Taipei District Court, Huang Shyh-ming was sentenced on March 21, 2014 to 5 months, 5 months and 6 months for violating the Communication Security and Surveillance Act and confidential information leakages. The sentence can be combined for an imprisonment of 1 year and 2 months, which may be commuted to a fine. Huang Shyh-ming became the first Prosecutor General in Taiwan's judicial history to be prosecuted for criminal cases and found guilty in the first instance. He announced to resign his position of Prosecutor General on the same day.
||Huang Shyh-ming stepped down from his position as the Prosecutor General on April 6th, 2015.
||Yan Da-he, the head prosecutor of Supreme Prosecutors Office, was nominated by the President and approved by the Legislative Yuan to take over the position of Prosecutor General on May 8th, 2014.
||For the medical parole case of former President Chen Shui-bian, The expanded medical evaluation team submitted their evaluation report on December 30th, 2014. After conducting the preliminary review, the Taichung Prison reported the status of the case to the Agency of Correction of the Ministry of Justice on December 31st, 2014. The Agency of Correction of the Ministry of Justice convened a meeting of evaluation team in the morning of January 5th, 2015 and it was concluded that the health condition of the former President Chen had indeed worsened, which was in line with Article 58 of the Prison Act for "could not receive appropriate treatment in prison." Former President Chen Shui-bian was approved for medical parole of one month so that he could accept more appropriate and complete treatments.