Tag Archives: criminal law

China’s Supreme Court Issues Judicial Interpretation on Criminal Procedure Law

December 25, 2012

As my expertise on criminal law matters is quite limited, this is mostly a FYI post. If you live in certain jurisdictions, you may not be familiar with the concept of unsolicited judicial guidance being issued by the nation’s top court. In the U.S., for example, the Supreme Court may not simply write an opinion […]

There’s a Special Place in Internet Hell Reserved for These Fraudsters

March 28, 2012

Imagine you’re a victim of online fraud and desperate to get some help. Then you find a police web site dedicated to stopping online fraudsters. You’d be quite relieved, I’m sure, and if you’re particularly gullible, you might be persuaded to part with a small sum of money required as an enforcement fee. You can […]

Lubman on the Criminal Procedure Law

March 21, 2012

As I’ve mentioned on occasion, I’m no expert in criminal law. Not only has it never been part of my legal practice (as a foreigner, that’s kind of impossible), but none of the firms I’ve ever worked for here has offered those kind of services. As you may have heard, China has made major revisions […]