legal justice

China’s #MeToo Movement Sees Legal Victories

Despite resistance from authorities, China’s #MeToo movement is making progress with small but meaningful victories in court for individuals fighting sexual harassment and assault. The Guardian’s Lily Kuo reports on the...

Woman's Rape Case Shows Pitfalls Of Chinese Justice

Victims of crime often find themselves petitioning for several years before any form of justice is made by government officials.  Road blocks and intimidation are common tactics to dissuade victims from moving forward with their...

Teng Biao (滕彪): On the Leping Case

Lawyer Teng Biao has distributed information on his blog about four defendants in prison in Zhongdian Village, Leping, Jiangxi Province, who have been sentenced to death despite serious doubts about their guilt. He writes: The...

Rare Protest in China in Support of Police Killer

The second trial of Yang Jia, a jobless Beijing resident who killed six Shanghai police officers in July 2008, brought groups of people protesting on the street outside Shanghai’s Higher People’s Court. From AFP,...

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