Chinese courts have been ordered to strictly review disclosed rulings online to keep the justice by avoiding unnecessary mistakes, China’s top court said on May 10.
A court in south China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region opened a trial on May 10 on confiscating the illegal assets of a Red Notice fugitive suspected of embezzlement.
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) has stressed strict enforcement of a new law to protect the reputation and honor of heroes and martyrs.
China's Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) on Wednesday launched a targeted crackdown on solid waste pollution following frequent cases of the illegal disposal of harmful materials in several regions.
A time-tested and enterprising concept is proving that not all legal matters need to be adjudicated in stuffy courtrooms.
Beijing's first air class-action lawsuit related to pollution began an open hearing session at the city's No 4 People's Court on May 8.
Police in East China's Jiangsu province have traced tonnes of bogus diet powder containing harmful chemical substances, after uncovering a counterfeiting food workshop.
Three former vice-ministerial level officials are being prosecuted on bribery charges, the Supreme People's Procuratorate announced on Monday.