This book addresses the basic theory of criminal procedure in China, together with recent reforms. Balancing the powers of public security and judicial organs with the rights of individual citizens, it assesses the nature of Chinese criminal proceedings. In the basic theoretical research section, the author, drawing on the latest findings from the legal community, systematically and comprehensively presents the current trends, main research topics and the main problems that should be explored in future research into criminal procedure law in China; further, the author explains the basic thinking behind the revision of criminal procedure law, and the allocation of judicial resources in criminal procedure and criminal justice. The policy, basic theory and operation problems of judicial power, procuratorial power, police power, defense power and judicial reform are subsequently explained and evaluated. The general writing style used is intentionally straightforward, making the book easily accessible for the readers. Based on the author's substantial working experience in the area of criminal law, it offers a highly intuitive reading experience.
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Basic Theory of Criminal Procedure Power and Function The Theory of Judicial Power and Its Change Theory of Procuratorial Power and Reconstruction of Procuratorial Power The Theory and Operation of the Right of Investigation The Theory and Perfection of Defense Right The Rights of Other Subjects in Criminal Procedure.
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