Legal News

4 points on the Li Tianyi rape case: How China talks about the Li Tian Yi case. 0 (0)

Li Tianyi, the son of a Chinese general, was sentenced to 10 years for rape. As in any country, the trial excited the public’s imagination because of its salacious nature and the insight it offered into the world of privileged celebrity. This article , translated from the Chinese, accurately reflects how the courts explain their verdict to the public, addressing the public’s areas of biggest concern.

CLT Originals

Update on internet rumors 0 (0)

2013/09/25 Jeremy Daum 0

The 16 year old Gansu boy mentioned in a previous post for having been detained for his internet comments questioning police conduct has been released! What, if anything, does it mean?

Criminal Law

CPL IMPLEMENTATION IN BEIJING 0 (0)

This is a quick not-quite translation of an article that is full of interesting information about how Beijing is implementing the CPL. I just this very faithful summary in English rather than translate the original, but the increasing amount of skepticism as the article progresses is in the original. There’s lots of good things happening, but plenty to work on as well.

Criminal Law

Interpretation on Several Issues Regarding the Applicable Law in Cases of Using Information Networks to Commit Defamation and Other Such Crimes 0 (0)

When does speech become a crime? Does it matter if one ‘speaks’ across the internet instead of the mails? How about a telephone?
The SPC and SPP issued this interpretation to try and clarify some of these issues, and the results may surprise you. Be Careful what you say on your information networks, it might be well be defamation, provocation or blackmail.