Law And Society In Late Imperial China Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… "Handout #2: Selected Statutes from the Qing Legal Codes." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout2.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
—. "Handout #3: Mourning Relationships in the Ming and Qing Dynasties." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout3.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
—. "Handout #4: Comments Made by the Autumn Assizes Board Officials on the Case of Woman Xie." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout4.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
—. "Hangout #5: A Brief Introduction to the Capital Punishment Review Process." YOUR HONOR I AM INNOCENT: Law AND SOCIETY IN LATE IMPERIAL CHINA. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout5.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
—. "Handout #6: Excerpts from the Analects." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout6.pdf (accessed October 12,
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Pan, Ming-te. Excerpts from the Analects." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout6.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
[ 2 ]. Pan, Ming-te. Mourning Relationships in the Ming and Qing Dynasties." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout3.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
[ 3 ]. Pan, Ming-te. Sample Case: A Father-in-Law Was Killed by His Daughter-in-Law When He Attempted to Rape Her." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout1.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
[ 4 ]. Pan, Ming-te. Selected Statutes from the Qing Legal Codes." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout2.pdf (accessed October 12, 2010).
[ 5 ]. Pan, Ming-te. Comments Made by the Autumn Assizes Board Officials on the Case of Woman Xie." “Your Honor, I am Innocent”: Law and Society in Late Imperial China. http://www.exeas.org/resources/pdf/your-honor-handout4.pdf (accessed October 12,

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