China's Exclusionary Rules

The Spring 2011 volume of New York University’s Journal of International Law and Politics is dedicated to Professor Jerome A. Cohen and features new articles by the U.S.-Asia Law Institute (USALI) research team. The volume announces the first  recipient of the Jerome A. Cohen Prize in International Law and East Asia, Margaret K. Lewis, and is centered around her award winning article on China’s new exclusionary rules for criminal cases.  In addition, shorter comments on Lewis’ new work and the rules more generally, are included with pieces by USALI Research Fellows Jeremy Daum and Yu-jie Chen as well as the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative China Program Director Hyeon-ju Rho.

We are pleased to make Prof. Lewis’ article and the comments by USALI fellows available to you below in PDF form:

Margaret K. Lewis, Controlling Abuse to Maintain control: The Exclusionary Rule in China, 43 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 629 (2011).

Jeremy Daum, Tortuous Progress: Early Cases Under China’s New Procedures for Excluding Evidence in Criminal Cases, 43 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 699 (2011).

Yu-jie Chen, One Problem, Two Paths: A Taiwanese Perspective on the Exclusionary Rule in China, 43 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 713 (2011).