A Peruvian judge will hand down a verdict next week in an abuse-of-authority case against Alberto Fujimori, the first and least serious of the charges that might keep the former president in prison for the rest of his life.

The prosecutor is seeking a sentence of seven years and a $330,000 fine on charges Fujimori abused his authority by ordering a search without a warrant of the apartment of his former spy chief’s wife seven years ago as his regime was collapsing in a corruption scandal.