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.
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.
Prosecutors will be required to release information about major cases to the parties involved and to the public in a timely manner to ensure justice, according to an order released by the Supreme People's Procuratorate on Wednesday.
The Supreme People's Court has announced a new regulation taking effect on the exclusion of illegally obtained evidence in criminal cases, banning confessions made under torture or duress.
The number of drug-related crimes in which foreigners were involved has been on the rise in Shanghai in recent years with the number of expats growing, Shanghai municipal prosecuting agency said on Sunday.
Business insiders and experts are calling for stronger legislation to protect sports broadcast rights, as online piracy continues to plague China's burgeoning sports entertainment industry.
In a nationally watched case, the Shandong Provincial High People's Court cut a man's life sentence to five years in prison on Friday after he appealed on the basis of self-defense.
A draft law, unveiled on Thursday, said that the national anthem should not to be used in advertisements, trademarks and background music in public places.