Fu Zhenghua, minister of justice, emphasized the necessity of legal support for the construction of the Hainan pilot free trade zone during an investigation and research tour to the zone from June 7 to 9.
An online blacklist has successfully forced millions of people in China to comply with court orders they had previously ignored, according to the Supreme People’s Court.
China's Ministry of Justice on Friday announced the first unified qualification exam for legal professionals.
A verdict handed down by a court in Hefei, Anhui province, shows that a local couple, both officials, lost more than 1.3 million yuan ($203,000) of property when two robbers broke into their home in April 2015.
A case that saw thousands of women swindled out of 650 million yuan ($102 million) while seeking medical advice overseas has been solved by police in Zhuzhou, Hunan province.
People who illegally oppose the enforcement of verdicts and those who fail to comply with court rulings will continue to be strictly punished, China's top court vowed on Tuesday.
A nanny in Hangzhou who set a fire that killed a mother and three children has lost an appeal against her death sentence.
China's Supreme People's Court Monday issued a guideline asking courts at all levels to exercise better judicial functions in environmental cases to contribute to the building of a more ecologically aware society.