Edited by Sarah Biddulph and Joshua Rosenzweig
Chapter 18: Arbitrary detention
Despite constitutional and legal reforms to strengthen regulatory controls over detention in China, arbitrary detention remains widespread. This chapter examines the ways in which detention becomes arbitrary across criminal and administrative justice and growing instances where individuals and groups suffer detention that is completely without legal foundation.
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