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Top court, ministry drawing up rules to implement assessors law


China's top court and the Ministry of Justice said on May 29 they are mulling specific rules to effectively implement the Chinese People's Assessors Law, which was enacted last month.

Tech helps ease burden of paperwork on Chinese judges


A high-tech platform is helping Chinese judges cut back on routine paperwork, leaving more time to focus on individual cases.

China cracks down on trash smuggling, 137,000 tonnes seized


China's customs authority seized 137,000 tonnes of illegal trash imports Tuesday in what it called the largest campaign against trash smuggling in recent years.

Police 'ready' for suspects at pop star's concerts


Police in Luoyang city, Henan province, announced Tuesday on Weibo that they were "ready" for fugitives' "arrival" at Jacky Cheung's concert in July after three men were nabbed at the pop star's concerts over the past two months.

Chengdu doctor detained on suspicion of raping patient


A male doctor has been accused of raping a female patient after giving her a sedative at a hospital in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province.

Gun guidelines reduce punishments, case loads


Authorities put focus on power of weapon and owner's intentions

High-tech identifies 3rd suspect at concert


Police nabbed a criminal suspect at a concert in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, on Sunday, thanks to a high-tech facial recognition system.

China legal service website goes online


The China legal service website, which will provide official legal consultation, went online on May 20. China’s minister of Justice Fu Zhenghua addressed the launch ceremony.