Xinjiang High Court Recommends Reform of Written Legal Judgments (in Chinese)

September 15, 2004

The Daily Information News reports that in June, the Xinjiang High Court led a public appraisal of written legal judgments handed down in the region's lower courts. The high court recommended that judgments be drafted to reflect not only the legal resolution of each case but also the human logic of the result. A representative of the court explained that such judgments promote popular legal understanding and help mend strained human relationships.