Statistics on the Implementation of Exclusionary Rules in China

Jiang Na, Han Rong


The media report that the rate of the actual implementation of exclusionary rules is very low in China, even lower than many of other countries in the world. This paper will start from Chinese academic findings on their current implementation. Further, it will proceed with Chinese official data on the actual implementation of exclusionary rules. Then, it will conclude with the common problems of such statistics that need to be mended in future reforms, in order to ensure better justice in China. 

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International Journal of Law and Public Administration   ISSN 2576-2192 (Print)     ISSN 2576-2184 (Online)

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