SPC interpretation on evidence procedures in compensation cases
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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.
The Chinese courts are getting serious about transparency and public access- but are they really equipped to pull it off?
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?
Wish it were a happier topic, but law to help solve the problem is a first step. At the same time, while likely well-intentioned, not everything in this opinion is positive. What parts trouble, interest, concern you?