On Monday, China Law Translate highlighted a public notice from county-level public security...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 25, 2016
In 2013, as North Gaoying Village, Shijiazhuang, Hubei resident Jia Jinglong was anticipating his...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 14, 2016
When Finance Minister Lou Jiwei criticized China’s Labor Contract Law for protecting workers too...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 8, 2016
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 22, 2015
At People’s Daily Online, Luxiao Zou reports anger over the promotion of two judges who...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 19, 2015
In a commentary translated at Dui Hua Human Rights Journal, The Beijing News’ Zhu Changjun...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 18, 2015
A Fujian court has awarded $186,000 compensation to former death row prisoner Nian Bin for the...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 17, 2015
South China Morning Post’s Li Jing and Teddy Ng report on newly announced measures to...
by cdtstaff | Feb 18, 2011
The arrest of Chinese-American geologist Xue Feng on charges of violating state secrets has been a thorny issue for US-China relations ever since his arrest and imprisonment three years ago. Recently, the Chinese courts have...
by Paulina Hartono | Jul 16, 2010
According to a Xinhua report, the compensation rate for wrongful imprisonment will increase: China’s Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) Friday ordered prosecutors to compensate victims of wrongful imprisonment at a...
by Michael Zhao | Mar 29, 2006
From Xinhua News Agency (in Chinese), translated by CDT (link): The total number of criminal cases handled by local courts and the number of convicts sentenced last year were, respectively 684,000 and 845,000, up 6.2% and 10% respectively over 2004, according to Xiao Yang, president of China’s Supreme People’s Court. Xiao indicated that the public […]
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 11, 2005
From Detroit Free Press: Internet postings decry police and courts. An unusual heated public debate has arisen in China over the wrongful convictions of two men for murder, one of whom was executed. The two cases have cast a spotlight on police using torture and beatings to extract confessions from criminal suspects, and the lack […]
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