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Law reopens debate on detention houses

2017-07-10

Almost a decade ago, police in Yunnan province reported that an inmate at a detention house had died during a game of hide-and-seek. Li Qiaoming, a suspected tree thief, had actually been beaten to death by fellow inmates.

Judicial progress highlighted

2017-07-08

China has been making efforts to correct wrongful convictions and remove evidence obtained illegally over the past few years, in a move to uphold justice by regulating legal procedures, China's top court said.

Cyberspace court points way

2017-07-07

A new cyberspace court, set up to handle the soaring number of online piracy and e-commerce disputes, could act as a high-tech model for China's entire justice system, according to legal experts.

Cyberspace court points to digital future

2017-07-06

A new cyberspace court, set up to handle the soaring number of online piracy and e-commerce disputes, could act as a high-tech model for China's entire justice system, according to legal experts.

China sees rise in credit card fraud

2017-07-05

China saw a slight increase in credit card fraud last year, according to data from the Supreme People's Court.

US involved in most IP disputes in China, says top court

2017-07-05

US citizens or companies were at the center of most international intellectual property disputes heard in China in 2015 and 2016, according to the Supreme People's Court.

Li oversees swearing-in of officials

2017-07-04

Premier Li Keqiang oversaw the swearing-in of 62 officials to 39 departments under the State Council on Monday, the second such event to highlight compliance with the country's fundamental law.

Senior judges return to the bench

2017-07-04

More court presidents and chief judges are picking up their gavels again in a move to improve the quality of case hearings, China's top court said on Monday.