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10.09.2012 11:52

A Legal Limbo in Criminal Procedure Law

Several areas of this revised legislation present volatile points in conflicting interpretations by various authorities
By staff reporter Chen Baocheng

(Beijing) – On the surface, the dust has settled on the recently-revised Criminal Procedure Law approved by the National People's Congress (NPC) last March.  However, a tug-of-war on this controversial piece of legislation has only begun on the hidden battleground of judicial interpretation, which is expected to be unveiled in October and implemented in January of next year.

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