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Title: The Supreme People's Court Announced Ten Typical Cases of Judicial Intervention in Domestic Violence
Category: Research Info Briefing
Author / editor: Information Center of WSIC
Issue / time: Issue No.1, 2014 (Total No.141)
Source: WSIC
Summary: Domestic violence is a prominent problem in protecting the rights and interests of Chinese citizens, and needs to be standardized by law. In response to the need for people to improve their livelihoods and to strengthen social management and innovation, the "Law on Family Violence" has been listed as a five-year legislative plan by the twelfth session of the Standing Committee of National People's Congress. The Supreme People's Court recently held a press conference to relate relevant news of judicial interventions in domestic violence. At the same time, the Supreme People's Court also announced ten typical cases of domestic violence, including a custody dispute involving a girl named Luo and her abusive father. This announcement helps to promote the judicial experience and to unify application of the law, as well as positively contribute to the public's opinions about domestic violence. This bulletin describes the ten typical cases of judicial intervention in domestic violence, thereby providing a reference for researchers and related workers.
Keyword: domestic violence, legislation, the Supreme People's Court, typical cases
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