Shi Jinglan [Cnr.cn]
Shanghai prosecutor Shi Jinglan caught the attention of numerous Chinese viewers online recently after she delivered a live broadcast demonstration on how she handles cases.
An audience of over 300,000 tuned in to watch her video.
Shi showed citizens how she and her colleagues professionally discuss each case and how the cases are handled in the court session. The video showed the basic procedure of how officers conclude cases and the main duties of the Public Prosecutions Office.
Shi has handled large number of high-profile cases that in turn have earned her many honors. She said she looks forward to bringing even more tangible benefits to the public in future.
Last March, Shi was selected as one of only four persecutors to have their own office named after them in the city.
The new measure was aimed to reduce administrative approval processes in the juridical system. Her office also employsone other prosecutor and several support staff.
Shi can take final decisions herself, and is only responsible to the chief prosecutor or the inspection commission.
Having more power in her hands, she felt heavier responsibility, Shi said.
Her prosecutor office has filed 146 cases since its foundation and concluded 121.
To honor her contributions, she was selected as the only grassroots delegate among Shanghai prosecutors to the 19th National Congress of Communist Party of China (CPC) which recently took place in Beijing.
(Source: Cnr.cn/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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