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Legal aid services improve
    2018-07-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

LEGAL aid services across China handled 645,000 cases in the first half of the year, helping about 708,000 people, according to the Ministry of Justice.

At a recent national workshop of justice department chiefs held in Shenzhen, the ministry said the legal aid system regarding criminal justice had been improved and that a new guideline strengthened quality control.

Campaigns were undertaken to provide better aid services to rural populations and the disabled.

More than 2,500 legal aid work stations were set up in detention centers and another 3,400 in courts, the ministry said, adding that the aim was to expand the coverage of such work stations to all centers and courts.

(Xinhua)

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