Yao Jinqi, one of the most–wanted fugitives suspected of bribery has been extradited from Bulgaria to stand trial, according to Chinese authorities on Friday.
Legal professionals called for judicial authorities, such as the country's top court, to offer more protection for private enterprises and entrepreneurs, in a move to support and increase development of the private sector.
Legal aid institutions across China have handled about 6.34 million cases during the past five years, helping 6.96 million people, the Ministry of Justice said Thursday.
More than 510,000 stations to fight against pornography and illegal publications had been established in China by the end of this November.
A regulation on norms of shared accommodation services was initiated by the Sharing Economy Research Center of the State Information Center (SIC) on Nov 15.
Eight people convicted of child abuse at a Shanghai day care center owned by one of China's leading travel service companies, Ctrip, were sentenced to up to a year and a half in prison by the Changning District People's Court of Shanghai on Tuesday.
China's Ministry of Justice has released a guideline for building "mediation rooms."
A Beijing court opened a new online platform for property handling on Tuesday to prevent individuals from transferring properties during case hearings and ensure verdicts can be effectively implemented.