SPP Provisions on Judicial Interpretation Work
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Drunk driving is a crime, not just an administrative violation, and penalties can be harsh. Thinking of quickly drinking a lot of Baijiu after you got pulled over, so that the cops can't determine if you were drunk when you were actually driving? Think again- this interpretation actually addresses that situation.
How do China’s new rules against pyramid schemes violate human rights? The probably don't — at least not any more than other less than crystal clear criminal legislation… Sometimes a rule is just a rule.
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.
You know how people sometimes get arrested in China for 'causing disturbances'? Well, this is where the Court and the Procuratorate tried to clarify what exactly that means.
The SPC's Executive Vice-president, Shen Deyong, made waves saying that for the sake preventing wrongful convictions , it would be better to let an guilty man walk than have an innocent man be punished. The SPP's Deputy-Chief, Zhu Xiaoqing says not on his watch, citing the unrealistic pressures this would put on police and prosecutors, and the unintended ways it would impact their behavior.