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Accordingly, the Zhengzhou Higher People's Court ordered the companies to pay damages to the Company.
In the people's court, a man was sentenced to death for rape.
Chief Judge of the Vietnam Supreme People's Court Truong Hoa Binh told this to his Uzbekistani court officials during his delegation visit to Uzbekistan from June 25 to July 1, report Vietnamese media.
Legal supervision by the Supreme People's Procuratorate over the review of death penalty will be strengthened, the plan said, adding that the Supreme People's Court will publicize typical cases to clarify the norms of application of death penalty.
The Philippine Consulate General in Guangzhou recently reported the promulgation of the unidentified teacher's case by the Municipal Intermediate People's Court in Guangzhou.
The investigations of the crimes against humanity of the Bulgarian communist regime refer to a number of incidents and even state policies such as the so called People's Court in 1945-1947 or the so called Revival Process (or Regeneration Process) in the late 1980s, among others.
Evil Cheng Ruilong, 37, was sentenced to death earlier this year by the Foshan Municipal Intermediate People's Court for murder, robbery and rape in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong.
Presumably in order to address this external perception, and to improve China's standing as a reliable country with which to engage in international trade, on 17 April 2000, the Supreme People's Court of China mandated that foreign arbitral awards could not be vacated, or enforcement refused, unless the Court had first approved that action.