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Child abuse cases highlighted to guide Shandong judges


The highest court in Shandong province has highlighted several "typical cases" of convicted child molesters to help judges when sentencing sex offenders, according to a report on jiemian.com.

Man sentenced to one year in prison for grabbing bus steering wheel


A man was sentenced to one year in prison for grabbing a bus steering wheel, which caused the bus to almost fall off a cliff, according to a court in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality on Tuesday.

Minister of Justice emphasizes strengthening Constitution education


At a seminar on Dec 4, National Constitution Day, Zhang Jun, China’s minister of Justice, emphasized strengthening education on Constitution.

Top legislator requires promotion of Constitution spirit


China's top legislator has called for better promotion of the principle underlying rule of law that the Constitution and the law are above everything else and that everyone is equal before the law.

Chinese courts told to make Yangtze River a priority


China's top court has ordered judges to do more research in environmental cases related to the Yangtze River, to better protect the area and ensure justice is done.

Minister of Justice outlines achievements of judicial administration reform


Zhang Jun, China’s minister of justice, outlined the achievements of judicial administration reform at a press conference on Dec 1.

Legal publicity on National Legal Awareness Day


China’s National Legal Awareness Day and National Constitution Day fall on December 4 every year. Their purpose is to publicize the Constitution and raise people’s legal awareness.

Procuratorates initiate 4,597 public interest litigations in 4 months


China's procuratorates have instituted 4,597 public interest litigation cases and filed 40 public interest litigation cases to courts from July to October, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP).