Criminal Justice in China
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Criminal Justice in China

An Empirical Inquiry

Mike McConville

The political, economic and social transformations that have taken place in China over the last half-century have had a major impact upon the formal methods, institutions and mechanisms used to deal with alleged criminal infractions. This path-breaking book, based upon the largest and most systematic empirical inquiry ever undertaken in China, analyses the extent to which changes to the formal legal structure have resulted in changes to the law in practice.
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Appendix 3: Case file analysis schedule

Mike McConville


Case Number: Part A: Information on Offence(s)/Offender(s) 1. Number of the accusation(s): a) Single If multiple, comment: (number of charges) 2. Principal accusation by the Police (Article no of the Law and Name of the charge): Comments: 3. Offender 1) Gender: 2) Age: 3) Occupation: a) Professional c) Semi-skilled * Notes b) Multiple a) Male b) Female b) Skilled d) Unskilled If the offender is a Farmer, please tick Option d ‘unskilled ’. If the offender is a Student, please tick Option d ‘unskilled ’. Please write down the actual occupation of the offender here: Comment: 4) Education: No education Junior middle school College 5) Status: * Notes Primary school Senior middle school Postgraduate or above a) Local b) Migrant The status of the offender should follow the classification laid down in the case file; 6) Employment a) Employed Status: c) Self-employed * Notes b) Unemployed If the offender is a Farmer, please tick Option b ‘unemployed ’; b) If the offender is a Student, please tick Option b ‘unemployed ’; b) Please mark down here if the offender is a Farmer or Student: Comment: 475 M2561 – McCONVILLE TEXT.indd 475 17/03/2011 08:52 476 Criminal justice in China Part B: Decision to File a Case 4. When was the case first reported? (yyyy/mm/dd) 5. How did the offence(s) first come to the attention of the police? *Choose ONE option only a) Victim reported crime b) Victim’s family reported crime c) Other civilian reported crime d) On-the-spot detection by...

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