This book offers a comprehensive introduction to China's judicial administration system. It presents in-depth analyses of the country's current judicial administration system, as well as a new theory on the system that is based on the realities of today's China, and provides guidance on reform. The book examines the system as a whole, as well as various specific aspects of judicial administration, putting forward bold theoretical proposals for improving China's judicial administration system and judicial system in general.
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Preface Judicial administrative system of Chinese characteristics Chapter One Overview of China characteristics of judicial administrative system Chapter Two prison system Chapter Three Community correction system Chapter Four The resettlement assistance system Chapter Five The system of judicial assistance Chapter Six Judicial examination system Chapter Seven People's Conciliation System Chapter Eight Institution of legal aid Chapter Nine Grassroots legal service system Chapter Ten The lawyer system Chapter Eleven Notary system Chapter Twelve The system of judicial identification Chapter Thirteen Arbitration system Chapter Fourteen Compulsory isolation detoxification system Chapter Fifteen The popularization of legal system Appendix.
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