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Criminal Illegal Evidence Exclusionary Rule Construction in China

Author: GuLiBo
Tutor: FangBaoGuo
School: Yanshan University
Course: Marxist Theory and Ideological and Political Education
Keywords: Illegal evidence Value Analysis Exclude Pattern Exclude Program Burden of Proof The standard of proof
CLC: D925.2
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2008
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