Diversion Mechanism of the Criminal Produces in China

Yueyue WU

Abstract


The establishment and development of the diversion mechanism of criminal procedure has become a global trend due to its significant value in improving judicial efficiency and promoting justice. The diversion of criminal produces embodies both depenalization and individualization of punishment. China has already applied such diversion mechanism in prosecution, trial, criminal reconciliation, and juvenile cases; however, there are still limitations and the mechanisms can be further improved.


Keywords


Diversion; Diversion based on complexity; Depenalization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11128

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