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Shenzhen police smash telecom fraud gang


Police in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, have broken up a telecom fraud gang with help from internet security giant Qihoo 360, the local public security department announced on Tuesday.

Rider sues bike-sharing firm over injuries


While bicycle-sharing services lighten the burden on China's public transportation system and make the first or final kilometers of a commute a more pleasant and healthier experience, concerns among the public over safety are emerging.

Report highlights China's judicial progress


China has made good progress in regulating judicial procedures and correcting wrongful convictions, according to an annual report on the country's rule of law released on Monday.

Lawyers: friends of judges, procurators and police


“Lawyers are the friends of judges, procurators and police because they can effectively supervise lawsuits and cases to encourage judicial authorities to handle them according to the law,” Zhang Jun, minister of justice said in a two sessions’ interview on March 12.

Civil code takes step forward as NPC approves first chapter


China has made a concrete step forward in compiling a comprehensive civil code to better protect citizens' rights by introducing a fundamental civil law.

China Focus: China adopts General Provisions of the Civil Law


China's national legislature on Wednesday passed the General Provisions of the Civil Law, the opening chapter of a civil code planned to be enacted in 2020.

Workload for judges addressed


Shanghai has calculated how many cases a judge can handle per year to find a solution to the ongoing problem with judges' workloads, the city's top judge said on the sidelines of the ongoing two sessions.

Courts act to improve protection of rights


China's judicial authorities will continue efforts to correct wrongful verdicts this year and take comprehensive measures to protect citizens' personal and property rights, two senior judicial officials said on Sunday.