- Title Pages
- Principal Cases of Wrongful Conviction in China
- Introduction Empirical Studies on Wrongful Convictions
- Part One The Misleading Roads Illustrated in the Teng Xingshan Case: (Back from the Dead I)
- Chapter One The Setting of Inappropriately Tight Deadlines for Solving Criminal Cases
- Chapter Two The “From Confession to Evidence” Model of Criminal Investigation
- Chapter Three The Misinterpretation of Scientific Evidence
- Chapter Four The Continued Use of Torture to Extract Confessions
- Chapter Five The One-Sided and Prejudicial Collection of Evidence
- Part Two The Misleading Roads Illustrated in the She Xianglin Case: (Back from the Dead II)
- Chapter Six The Bowing to Public Opinion in Contradiction to Legal Principles
- Chapter Seven The Unlawfully Extended Custody with Tunnel Vision
- Chapter Eight The Nominal Checks among the Police, the Procuratorate, and the Court
- Chapter Nine The Nominalization of Courtroom Trials
- Chapter Ten The Reduction of Punishment in a Case of Doubt
- Part Three New Developments in the Criminal Justice System following the Zhao Zuohai Case: (Back from the Dead III)
- Chapter Eleven The Exclusionary Rules against Illegally Obtained Evidence
- Chapter Twelve From Investigation Centeredness to Trial Centeredness
- Chapter Thirteen Reform of the People’s Juror System
- Chapter Fourteen Reform of the Criminal Retrial System
- Chapter Fifteen Changing the Mind-Set for Criminal Justice
- About the Author
- (p.206) Postscript
- Back from the Dead
- University of Hawai'i Press
The Fourth Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee concluded in Beijing on October 23, 2014. The communiqué issued after the meeting lays out the general objective of building a system serving “the socialist rule of law with Chinese characteristics” and a country under “the socialist rule of law,” in order to fully advance the rule of law in China....
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