The NPC clears up a few loose ends in the Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law.... some of the updates are interesting, some are not..... but they are all important if you are trying to understand the law.
Posts tagged as “刑事诉讼法”
Procedural rules for handling difficult cross-regional jurisdictional issues in investigating, prosecuting and trying cybercrimes.
Not so very long after the products of China's Third Plenum left many of those hoping for more overt court reform wanting, the Supreme People's Court has released its own opinion on preventing wrongful cases, which encapsulates and reinforces much of what the Court has been saying since new president ZHOU Qiang took office in March this year. Judicial Independence, procedural justice, and the exclusion of illegally acquired evidence are all prominently featured.
This walkthrough will guide you through it.
The SPC is making rules and making them clear--- well, clear with Chinese characteristics. This document lays out the rules for increasing case-handling quality and trying to make sure cases get decided based on the facts and evidence by an independent judicirary. Do they go far enough?
Shen Deyong continues to push the Zhou Qiang court's commitment to the presumption of innocence, and strict requirements of evidence in both sentencing and adjudication. Calling on the courts to work together with police and procuratorates to raise the quality of evidence gathering, presentation, debate and acceptance, and to recognize the equal and legitimate role that defense attorneys play in this process.
Could 1 in 725 of all people in China's Hebei province be living in a cage? No metaphor. An actual cage. A survey by the provinces leading authorities indicate that this might be the case, but how does this happen and can the new Mental Health Law help?