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Parole numbers likely to increase


More inmates will be rehabilitated outside of prison with the aim of helping them return to society, an official of China's top justice authority said on Saturday.

Justice minister calls for more help to rehabilitate inmates


Minister of Justice Zhang Jun on Saturday called for more social efforts to join his ministry to help rehabilitate inmates, aiming to help them effectively return to society.

Judicial interpretation offers clarity on public-interest lawsuits


A judicial interpretation on how prosecutors make lawsuits against poorly performing agencies or government departments was unveiled by China’s top procuratorate and the top court on March 2.

Court shames debtors with customized ringtones


Recently, Tangyuan county court in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province began to use customized ringtones to shame people into paying their court-ordered debts, an initiative which has had remarkable effects.

Report: Counterfeit crackdown continues


A report released by Alibaba said Thursday that 129 people were given criminal punishments for selling fake goods online after reports to law enforcement departments last year.

Taobao lawsuit over fake cat food chosen as 'key web event' of 2017


A legal battle over fake goods sold on Taobao, one of China's largest online marketplaces, has been named as one of 10 significant internet-related events in 2017.

New rules on air pollution in the works


China is drafting tailored air pollution control measures for 28 cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region as part of a national three-year campaign, the top environmental authority said on Tuesday.

Chinese court imposes 80,000 yuan fine for malicious litigation


BEIJING -- The third circuit court of the Supreme People's Court (SPC) imposed a 80,000 yuan fine ($12,680) for malicious litigation on a case concerning a private lending dispute, the SPC said on Feb 26.