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Title Three approaches to combating torture in China / edited by Chen Weidong, Taru Spronken.

Published Cambridge [U.K.] ; Portland : Intersentia, 2012.
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 Law Library - First Floor  HV8599.C6 T47 2012     AVAILABLE
Descript [xx], 238 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Maastricht series in human rights
Maastricht series in human rights.
Note "Great Britain China Centre"--T.p.
"Maastricht Centre for Human Rights"--P. [1] of cover.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 228-236).
Contents A three-way approach to the fight against torture: procedural sanctions, prevention in places of detention, and improvement of police interrogation techniques / Chen Weidong, Cheng Lei, and Taru Spronken -- The premise of our discussion: comparing general characteristics of the criminal justice systems in China and the EU / Chai Yufeng and Taru Spronken -- A summary of the application of the exclusionary rule in Europe / Taru Spronken and Chai Yufeng -- A summary of the exclusionary rule of illegally obtained evidence in China / Chen Weidong and Chai Yufeng -- An analysis of the issues concerning the development of China's exclusionary rule / Chen Weidong and Chai Yufeng -- Improvement of the exclusionary rule in China / Chen Weidong and Chai Yufeng -- Moving towards modern detention centre regulations / Gerard de Jonge -- Expert propoasl for a draft detention centre law / Cheng Lei -- Some personal notes on the draft detention centre law / Gerard de Jonge -- Skills for interrogating criminal suspects / Miet Vanderhallen and Cheng Lei.
Subject Torture -- China -- Prevention.
Exclusionary rule (Evidence) -- China.
Arrest -- China.
Police questioning -- China.
Human rights -- China.
Other Author Maastricht Centre for Human Rights.
Great Britain-China Centre.
ISBN 9781780680880 (pbk.)
1780680880 (pbk.)