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  1. Woman accused of killing official put under house arrest

    Posted May 28th 2009, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... was made after an application by her defence lawyers and a police assessment that she would not pose any threat to the wider community. Xia Lin, a volunteer lawyer, who authorities said was fired ... there will be more possibilities over a future that is full of uncertainties,' Mr Xia said. Some commentators said the move would help address public mistrust in the government after Badong authorities ...

  2. Public support for woman detained in stabbing case

    Posted May 26th 2009, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... incompetent. Badong police authorities said last night that Deng Yujiao's mother had hired two other Hubei-based lawyers, who visited her daughter yesterday. Xia Lin, one of the lawyers who was supposedly fired, said in his weblog last night that he had filed with Badong police to press charges against Huang Dezhi, the official who was wounded in the altercation with Deng Yujiao. Mr Xia ...

  3. Young 'heroine' a web sensation

    Posted Jun 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Chris Taylor

    ... you.' Another blogger wrote: 'I would be content if I could marry a girl like this.' Two lawyers, Xia Lin and Xia Nan, became involved in the case on May 21, but two days later ... 22, the central government ordered that all reports on the case toe the official line. This did not stop the online support for Ms Deng. On May 24, lawyer Xia Lin posted a detailed ...

  4. Media gag order over stabbing

    Posted May 27th 2009, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... women working at seedy entertainment venues- endure because of official corruption and immorality. In a new revelation on Monday, Xia Lin, one of the lawyers who local police said had been fired ... Mr Xia said Mr Huang had forcibly removed Deng Yujiao's pants in the hotel's bathing area. He said he had been overwhelmed by requests for interviews but acknowledged last night ...

  5. Mixed opinions on Deng Yujiao verdict

    Posted Jun 17th 2009, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... Deng Guida pushed Deng Yujiao onto sofa and was killed with fruit knife May 14 Public support for Deng Yujiao starts boiling over on internet May 21 Xia Lin, volunteer who briefly serves as her defence lawyer, meets Deng Yujiao May 23 Police announce Zhang Shumei, Deng Yujiao's mother, had fired Mr Xia and another lawyer for violating her daughter's privacy. Police say Ms Zhang ...

  6. Mainland lawyers sow seeds of hope for reform

    Posted Sep 08th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... were able to have the police detention system overturned by the National People's Congress. In June, Beijing lawyers Xia Lin and Xia Nan won freedom from a possible death penalty ...

  7. Supporters held as activist is put on trial

    Posted Aug 13th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the central government to investigate. Only Tan's wife and elder daughter were allowed to attend the trial. The wife said Tan pleaded not guilty and insisted on his innocence. Defence lawyer Xia ... was also accused of giving telephone interviews to hostile overseas media and making remarks that seriously damaged the image of the Communist Party and government,' Mr Xia said. No ruling ...

  8. public opinion

    Posted Jun 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Reading comprehension Answer the following questions: 1 How many people did Deng Yujiao stab? a. four b. two c. three d. one 2 Who was the blogger who highlighted the case? a. Zhou Jiugeng b. Xia Lin c. Wu Gan d. Wang Wei 3 Why did Ms Deng's mother dismiss the lawyers? a. due to pressure from local police b. she thought her daughter was guilty c. they weren't doing ...

  9. Dissident faces up to 15 years' jail for 'serious' crime, lawyer says

    Posted Dec 11th 2009, 12:00am by Verna Yu

    ... Declaration of Human Rights and International Human Rights Day. Liu's wife, Liu Xia, who had not been allowed to visit her husband since March 20, said she feared he might be given a long jail ...

  10. On a mission to keep the nation honest

    Posted Sep 08th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... widely abroad to take part in international conferences on the legal protection of women. Xia Lin: born in September 1970 and a graduate from Southwest Politics and Law University, he works ... was acquitted on lesser charges, partly with Xia's help: 'We can accept the decision to set her free, from the point of view of her personal interest. But we express deep regret over ...




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