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One example is the authors' reading of the "divergent opinions" clause typical both for Qin and Han case records.
Qin has been single and alone since his divorce; with no wife and children, he stayed at an elderly facility at one point, but moved out.
The courts have sentenced Qin to 10 and a half years in prison.
Qin reportedly proceeded to withdraw money from the bank in amounts ranging between 5,000 and 20,000 Yuan (Rs 53,052 approx - Rs 2,12,211 approx) using a dummy account that the bank uses for testing its systems.
Deputy Director of SMRA Qin Yizhi is on his first visit to Mongolia between July 25 and 28.
Qin had "refused to cooperate with the court" and remained completely silent during his trial in May, lawyer Lin Qilei previously said.
The other three chapters provide a general explanation of (a) the forms of early China's legislation, focusing not only on the most common Qin and Han examples but also on Wei and Chu during the Warring States period (section 2.4); (b) the entire judicial process, including denouncement and accusation, arrest, investigation and interrogation, trial and sentencing, and review and reinvestigation if one appeals (section 2.6); and (c) both physical and monetary punishments (section 2.7).
Professor Qin Shaolin highlighted the value of Chinese medicine in his lecture on the occasion.
Honglan Zhu, (1, 2) Qin Ni, (1) Liwei Zhang, (3) and Weiwei Yang (1)
Prosecutors did not name the Chinese national, but his description matches that of Qin Fei of Beijing, who other court records show the FBI has suspected may be involved with Chinese intelligence.
Legal Practice in the Formative Stages of the Chinese Empire: An Annotated Translation of the Exemplary Qin Criminal Cases From the Yuelu Academy Collection