• China to boost courts in western region


    The top court will continue to support the Tibet and Xinjiang autonomous regions in the court system to achieve economic development and social stability.

  • Righting wrongs of courts


    In the past three years, a number of wrongful convictions have been corrected, with more than 20 high-profile ones proven to be wrongly judged since 2012, according to the latest estimates.

  • China Judgment Enforcement Forum opens in Nanjing


    Jiang Bixin, vice-president of the top court, spoke highly of the Execution Behavior Research Association for its long-term contribution to theoretical research into enforcement as well as to its practical implementation.

  • China to speed up promotion of rule of law


    China has made progress in scientific legislation, judicial reform and public security, and enhanced social fairness and justice according to the roadmap for achieving that goal.

  • Courts told to enforce judgments


    Chinese courts must improve their handling of financial defaults and individual debtors in the face of a skyrocketing case load over the past three years, an official of the top court said on Wednesday.

  • Top justice vows further reform


    The new cross-regional court and the intellectual property rights courts have played an exemplary role in advancing the country’s judicial reform, which should be further deepened.

  • Zhou urged to strengthen jury system


    Zhou Qiang, president of the Supreme People’s Court (SPC), said the pilot jury system program should be moved forward to improve judicial credibility.

  • China vows closer scrutiny over commutation of sentences


    The Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) has pledged greater efforts to spot and correct improper commutation of sentences for "the rich and the powerful."