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Guo Zhiyuan

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Guo Zhiyuan

Professor, Criminal Procedure Law Institute, College of Criminal Justice;

Deputy Director,  Center for Criminal Law and Justice

China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL)

guozhiyuan@hotmail.com 8610-13520365411(China)

 

EDUCATION


Ph.D in Criminal Procedure Law and Evidence, China University of Political Science and Law, 2003

Master of Procedure Law, China University of Political Science and Law, 2000

LLB, China University of Political Science and Law, 1997

 

POSITIONS AND APPOINTMENTS

2014-present, Professor

Criminal procedure law Institute, College of Criminal Justice, CUPL


2004--2014   Associate Professor

Criminal procedure law Institute, College of Criminal Justice, CUPL


2003--2004  Assistant Professor

Institute of Criminal procedure law, College of Criminal Justice, CUPL

2012-present Deputy Director

Center for Criminal Law and Justice, CUPL.


February 2019, the Academic Writing Fellow, the Bellagio Center, Rockefeller Foundation

June, 2018, Visiting Professor, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, University of Vienna, Austria

October, 2017, Innocence Project Fellow, School of Law, New York University.

September, 2017, Visiting Scholar, Law School, University of Adelaide, Australia

2015-2016, Fulbright Visiting Research Scholar, Stanford Law School

March- April, 2015,  Adjunct Professor,  Chinese University of Hong Kong.

January 2014, Adjunct Professor, Buffalo State College, U.S.

2011 Spring, Sohmen Visiting Scholar, Law Faculty of Hong Kong University

2009-present, Non-resident Senior Research Fellow, US-Asia Law Institute, School of Law, New York University

2008-2009, Distinguished Kwang Hua Visiting Scholar, NYU School of Law

December 2003- January 2004,  Empirical Research Methodology Fellow, Vera Institute of Justice,  U.S..


COURSES TAUGHT


Courses Taught in Chinese

Criminal Procedure

Evidence

Comparative Criminal Procedure

International Standards on Criminal Justice

Empirical Research Methods


Courses Taught in English


Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure in China (March 8-23, 2019, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Erasmus + Teaching Mobility Program)

Criminal Justice in China and Recent Reforms (June 2018, University of Vienna, Austria, Erasmus + Teaching Mobility Program)

Seminar on Chinese Criminal System (February 12-16, 2018, University of Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, Erasmus + Teaching Mobility Program)

Criminal Justice System and Reforms in China (January 27-February 6, 2018, G D Goenka University, India)

Comparative Evidence Law May 2015, CUPL, Co-aught with Prof. Hamish Stewart from Toronto Law School

Criminal Procedure in China (September 2011, NYU School of Law, Co-taught with Prof. Jerome A. Cohen)

Comparative Criminal Justice Seminar (September 2009, UC Davis School of Law, Co-taught with Prof. Floyd Feeney)

Chinese Altitudes towards International Law (Spring 2009, NYU School of Law, Guest speaker)

Law and Society in China (Fall 2008, NYU School of Law, Guest speaker)

RESEARCH INTERESTS


Criminal Procedure

Comparative Criminal Justice

Rules of Evidence, Theory of Proof

Forensic Authentication

Plea Bargaining, Simplification of Criminal Procedure

Lay Participation to Criminal Trial

Empirical Research Methodology

Transplantation of Law

Judicial Reform

International Covenants on Criminal Justice and Human Rights Protection

Mental Health Law


RESEARCH PROJECTS


April, 2019-March 2021, Chief Investigator, A Project of Drafting the Cross-Examination Rules in China, CUPL Grant.

October, 2014- December, 2016, Chief Investigator, Pilot Project on Live Witness in Criminal Cases, Ford Foundation Grant.

June, 2013—January,2015, Sole Chief Investigator, Project for Implementation of the Criminal Procedure Law’s Special Procedure on Compulsory Treatment of the Mentally Ill, Yale China Law Center Grant

October, 2012—March 2014, Chief Investigator, An Empirical Survey on Implementation of Exclusionary Rules in China’s Criminal Cases, Ford Foundation Grant

June, 2012—September, 2013, Sole Chief Investigator, Project for Model Guidelines on Effective Counsel in Criminal Cases of China, ABA Rule of Law Institute Grant

June 2010—June 2011, Sole Chief Investigator, An Empirical Research Project on Procedural Safeguards for Mentally Ill in Major Criminal Cases, ABA Rule of Law Institute Grant.

October 2008—September 2011, Sole Chief Investigator, A Publication Project on The Chinese Experience: A Survey of Pilot Projects on Criminal Justice Reform, Ford Foundation Grant.

December 2006—present, Sole Chief Investigator, Research on Methodology for Judicial Reform: Take Criminal Procedure Law as An Example, Ministry of Justice Grant.

October 2004—October 2006, Sole Chief Investigator, An Empirical Research Project on Summary Procedure and Simplified Procedure in Criminal Proceedings of China (in Collaboration with NYU Law School), Ford Foundation Grant.

March 2004—August 2006, Sole Chief Investigator, A Publication Project on Experimentation and Reform: Empirical Methods for Improving Justice System, Ford Foundation Grant.

2003-2005, Principal Participant, Comparative Research Project on Retrial Procedure, EU Grant. In implementing this project, visit Criminal Cases Review Committee of U.K in January, 2005, and make a study tour to Spain, France and Germany to survey on their retrial procedures in criminal cases.


INVITED PRESENTATIONS IN ENGLISH


l Invited Speaker, “Live Witnesses in Chinese Criminal Courts”, The 7th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science, Freiburg, Germany, July 31-August 2, 2019.

l Invited Speaker, “The Evolving Chinese Mental Health Law in China: Law and Practice”, XXXVIth International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Rome, Italy, July 26, 2019.

l Invited Speaker, “Towards a More Balanced Model: Recent Developments of China’s Criminal Procedure Law”, University of Hong Kong, April 18, 2019.

l Invited Speaker, “Towards a More Balanced Model: Recent Developments of China’s Criminal Procedure Law”, University of Zagreb, Croatia, March 21, 2019.

l Invited Speaker, “Recent Development of Human Rights Protection in China’s Criminal Justice System”, University of Zagreb, Croatia, March 19, 2019.

l Invited Speaker, “Hate Crimes in China”, 11th International Spring Course on Crime Prevention Through Criminal Law and Security Studies: New International Perspectives on Hate Crime, Dubrovnik, Croatia, March 14, 2019.

l Fellow Speaker, “Evolving Mental Health Law in China: History, Law and Practice”, Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Italy, February 28, 2019.

l Invited Speaker, “Harm Minimization and its Application in China’s Drug Control: A Criminal Justice Perspective”, International Workshop on Drug Crime and Harm Minimization, January 30-31, 2019.

l Distinguished Speaker, “Prevention and Criminalization of Corrupted Behavior and Asset Recovery: A China Perspective”, International Conference on “Combatting Corruption in Law and Practice: Comparative Perspectives”, Delhi, India, December 9-10, 2018.

l Invited Speaker, “Chinese Criminal Justice System: A Dialogue with Junior Researchers”, the University of Turin, September 18, 2018.

l Invited Speaker, “A Conversation about Criminal Justice in China: Confronting and Exchanging Experiences through Legal Traditions”, The University of Eastern Piemonte, Italy, September 17, 2018.

l Panelist, “Torture and the Exclusion of Evidence in China”, 2018 European China Legal Studies Annual General Conference, Turin, Italy, September 13-14, 2018.

l Panelist, “Corporate Compliance in BRICS countries: China’s case”, Law School Global League Annual Conference, Madrid, Spain, July 27, 2018.

l Invited Speaker, “Towards A More Effective System: Recent Chinese Criminal Justice Reforms in China”, University of Vienna, Austria, June 28, 2018.

l Invited Speaker, “The Exclusionary Rules in China”, University of Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, February 16, 2018.

l Invited Speaker, “Most Update Criminal Justice Reform and Live Witness in Chinese Courts”, Amity Law School, India, January 31, 2018.

l Invited Trainer, “Criminal Justice in China”, the Second South Asia Forum, Kunming, January 17, 2018.

l Invited Speaker, “An Introduction to Criminal Justice in China, Criminal Justice Reform in China and Teaching Methodologies”, Trier University, Germany, December 18, 2017

l Invited Panelist, “Live Witness in Criminal Court of China: Reforms and Challenges”, International Conference on Judicial Reform and Criminal Procedure Law in China, University of Cologne, December 15-17, 2017

l Invited Speaker, “The Recent Criminal Justice Reform in China in the Lens of International Treaties”, University of Cologne, Germany, December 14, 2017

l Invited Speaker, “Most updated Legal Reforms in China”, New York University, School of Law, October 26, 2017.

l Invited Speaker, “Excluding Unlawfully Obtained Evidence in China: Reform and Challenges”, Columbia Law School, October 25, 2017

l Invited Speaker, “Legal Professions in China’s Criminal Process”, University of Adelaide Law School, September 11, 2017.

l Invited Speaker, “Excluding Unlawfully Obtained Evidence in China: Reform and Challenges”, Melbourne Law School, Australia, September 6, 2017.

l Panelist, “A Historical Review of China’s Approaches to Deal with Mentally Disordered Offenders”, the 35th International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Prague, July 14, 2017.

l Invited Speaker, “The Recent Criminal Justice Reform in China in the Lens of International Treaties”, Indian Society of International Law, India, March 30, 2017.

l Invited Speaker, “Cybersecurity Law and Criminal Justice Reform in China”, G D Goenka University, India, March 30, 2017.

l Invited Speaker, “An Introduction to Criminal Justice in China”, “Criminal Justice Reform in China and Teaching Methodologies”, Amity Law School, India, March 27, 2017

l Invited Trainer, “Criminal Justice in China”, South Asia Forum, Yunnan University, December 27, 2016.

l Invited Speaker, Mental Health Expert Roundtable on the Death Penalty, Cornel Law School, December 15, 2016.

l Guest Speaker on Current Issues on Criminal Justice Reforms in China, New York University, School of Law, US-Asia Law Institutes Lunch Talk Series, December 14, 2016

l Invited Speaker: “Anti-Torture Movement in China: Challenges of Legal Reforms”, Stanford University, April 28, 2016

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: Implementation and Challenges”, Cornell Law School, April 13, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: Implementation and Challenges”, Yale China Law Center, April 8, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: Implementation and Challenges”, Northeast University, College of Criminal Justice, April 7, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Rights Protection for Persons with Mental Disabilities in China”, Harvard Law School, April 6, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Progress and Limitations on Criminal Procedure Law Reform in China”, University of Massachusetts (Boston), April 5, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Criminal Justice Reforms in China”, New England Law School, April 4, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: Implementation and Challenges”, New England Law School faculty workshop, April 4, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: Implementation and Challenge”, East Asia Speakers Series, UC Hastings College of Law, February 29, 2016, San Francisco.

l Invited Speaker: “Recent Criminal Procedure Law Reforms in China”, UC Santa Barbara, February 17, 2016.

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: Implementation and Challenge”, February 11, 2016, UC Irvine.

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: Implementation and Challenge”, February 10, 2016, UCLA School of Law.

l Invited Speaker: “Legal Reforms on Excluding Illegally Obtained Confessions in China”, American Bar Association Headquarters, November 6, 2015, Washington DC.

l Invited Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China”, November 4, 2015, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York.

l Invited Speaker: “Anti-Torture Reforms and Exclusionary Rule in China”, New York University School of Law, November 2, 2015.

l Invited Speaker: “Legal Education and Legal Research in China”, US-Asia Law Institute Weekly Lunch Talk, New York University School of Law, November 2, 2015.

l Invited Speaker, Mental Health Expert Roundtable on the Death Penalty, Cornel Law School, August 19, 2015.

l Keynote Speaker and Co-Chair: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions: A Comparative Perspective”, the Fifth International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science, July 20-23, 2015, Adelaide, Australia

l Panelist: “The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Treatment of Institutionalized Forensic Patients”, 2015 annual meeting of the American Society of International Law April 8-11, 2015, Washington DC.

l Distinguished Speaker: “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confession in Mainland China: An Empirical Perspective”, April 28, 2015, Hong Kong.

l Invited Speaker: “Implementation of Compulsory Treatment Procedure in China”, The Fifth English Language Roundtable on Criminal Justice in China, February, 2015, Beijing

l Invited Speaker: “Implementation of Exclusionary Rule of Evidence in China: A Empirical Perspective ”, The Fourth English Language Roundtable on Criminal Justice in China, March 28, 2014, Beijing

l Invited Speaker: “Deprivation of Liberty against One’s Will in Mental Health Institutions in Contemporary China”, International Workshop on Detention and the Problem of Deprivation of Liberty in China Today, November 13-15, 2013, Australia.

l Invited Speaker: “Effective Counsel in China: A Empirical Perspective ”, The Third English Language Roundtable on Criminal Justice in China, September 5, 2013, Beijing

l Invited Speaker: “Criminal Mental Health Law Issues in the New Criminal Procedure Law ”, The Second English Language Roundtable on Criminal Justice in China, February 28, 2013, Beijing

l Invited Speaker: “Criminal Procedure, Law Reform and Stability”, “International Workshop on Stability and Law in China ”, November 8-9, 2012, Australia.

l Invited Speaker: “Application of Empirical Methods in Criminal Justice Reform and the Needs for Future Technical Assistance”, Annual Conference on Sino-America Empirical Methodology: An Exploration of Evaluation Methods, October 15 – October 16, 2012, Los Angeles, California.

l Invited Speaker: “Comments on Some Key Issues in the New Criminal Procedure Law ”, The First English Language Roundtable on Criminal Justice in China, March, 2012, Beijing

l Invited Speaker: “Recent Development of Criminal Justice In China”, February 16, 2012, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan.

l Invited Speaker: “Amendment to Criminal Procedure Law of China”, February 9 2012, Hakuo University, Japan.

l Invited Speaker: “Interaction between Mental Health Assessment and Criminal Justice System in Mainland China: A Empirical Perspective”, The Second East Asia Law and Society Conference, September 30-October 2, 2011, Soul, Korea.

l Invited Speaker: “Key Issues on China’s Criminal Procedure Law Reform”, September, 2011, Center for Chinese Legal Studies, Columbia Law School.

l Invited Speaker: “China’s Reform on Criminal Mental Health Law and Amendment to Criminal Procedure Law”, ABA Public Forum, September 17th, 2011, Washington D.C.

l Invited Speaker of two talks on China’s new Reform of Criminal Procedure Law, September, 2011, NYU Law School.

l Invited Speaker: “Rights Protection for Mentally Disabled Defendants in the Criminal Process of Mainland China: International Standards and Procedural Safeguards”, Rights Talk Forum, May 23, 2011, Hong Kong.

l Invited Speaker: “Who should be entitled to initiate a mental examination process?: An empirical perspective”, International Conference on Criminal Justice in China: A Comparative Perspective, May 6-8, 2011, Hong Kong.

l Invited Speaker: “Sane or Insane: When the Mentally Disabled Become Involved in the Criminal Justice System”, conference on “Recognition and the Politics of Identity and Inclusion in the 21st Century: Managing Diversity in Plural Societies”, April 28-29, 2011, Hong Kong.

l Invited Speaker: “Rights Protection for Mentally Ill in China’s Criminal Justice System”, April 6, 2011, Hong Kong.

l Invited Speaker: “Approaching Visible Justice: Procedural Safeguards for Mental Examinations in China’s Capital Cases”, Inaugural East Asia Law and Society Conference, February 5-6, 2010, Hong Kong.

l Invited Speaker: “Procedural Safeguards on Mental Examinations in China’s Capital Cases”, September 10, 2009, Hastings College of Law, University of California.

l Invited Discussant at Criminal Justice and Empirical Theory: Applied Research Presentations by Scholars from China, April 15-22, 2009, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

l Invited Speaker: “Mental Examination in Capital Cases in China”, April 10, 2009, Yale Law School, China Law Center.

l Invited Speaker: “Mental Examination in Capital Cases in China”, March 30, 2009, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

l Invited Speaker: “Mental Examination in Capital Cases in China”, March 19, 2009, University of Pennsylvania law school.

l Invited Panelist: Administrative punishments: "Re-education through labor" on the Mainland and Taiwan's "technical training institutes", November 2008, Annual Gelatt Dialogue, NYU School of Law.

l Invited Discussant:” the Role of Empirical Research in Criminal Justice Policy Change”, Senior Scholar Seminar, October 5-7, 2008, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

l Invited Speaker: “Criminal Procedure Law Reform in China”, International Conference on Comparative Criminal Procedure, February 10-12, 2005, New York City.


AFFILIATION WITH PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES


l Council Member, China Criminal Procedure Law Association

l Council Member, Chinese Association of Rehabilitation

l Council Member, Beijing Association of Crime Prevention

l Member, Law Society of China

l Member, International Association of Penal Law

l Honorary Member, Asia Legal Foundation, India


ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS


l Advisory Board Member, Amity International Journal for Law and Interdisciplinary Studies

l Advisory Board Member, Journal of Forensic Studies

l Reviewer, Asia and Pacific Law Review

l Reviewer, Journal of Current Chinese Affairs

l Reviewer, Journal of Crime, Law and Social Change


LIST OF PUBLICATIONS


Books

l Guo Zhiyuan, The Chinese Experience: A Survey of Pilot Projects on Criminal Justice Reform (both in English and Chinese, 2011), Peking University Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Research on the Admissibility of Evidence in Criminal Cases (2004), China University of People’s Public Security Press: Beijing, pp506.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Bian Jianlin etc), Exploring Criminal Judicial Reform in China: From the Perspective of the United Nations Standards (2007), China University of People’s Public Security Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Jim Parsons, Megan Golden, Jena Sigel, Monica Thorton, Experimentation and Reform: Empirical Methods for Improving Justice Systems (2006), Peking University Press: Beijing pp165.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Bian Jianlin etc), Mass Media and Justice (2006), China University of People’s Public Security Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Bian Jianlin etc), Research on Due Process in Criminal Proceedings: Theory and Cases (2006), China Prosecutors Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Chen Guangzhong etc), Retrial Procedure in Criminal Cases and Human Rights Protection (2005), Peking University Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Bian Jianlin etc), Theory of Proof in Criminal Cases (2004), China University of People’s Public Security Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Chen Guangzhong etc), Issues on Fair Trial (2004), China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Model of Trial, Summary Procedure, and Compulsory Medical Treatment Procedure in Liu Jiachen (ed), Criminal Trial (2002), China Legal System Press: Beijing.


Translation of Books & Articles

l Guo Zhiyuan, The Criminal Procedure Code of Switzerland (2016), China Procurateracy Publishing House, Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan, The Criminal Procedure Code of South Africa (2016), China Procurateracy Publishing House, Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Double Jeopardy: The History, the Law(2013), by George C. Thomas III, China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing pp314.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Yu Ping, Discourses and Inquiries: A Translation of Classic Literature on Models of the Criminal Process (2013), Peking University Press: Beijing, pp503.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Plea Bargarining’s Triumph: A History of Plea Bargaining in America (Chinese Edition in 2012) by Geroge Fisher, China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing pp320.

l Guo Zhiyuan, One Case- Two Systems: A Comparative View of American and German Criminal Justice (Chinese Edition in 2006) by Floyd Feeney & Joachim Herrmann, China Legal System Press: Beijing, pp463.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Jim Parsons, Megan Golden, Jena Sigel, Monica Thorton, Experimentation and Reform: Empirical Methods for Improving Justice Systems (2006), Peking University Press: Beijing pp165.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Bian Jianlin etc),  Criminal Procedure (3rd edition) (2004) by Wayne R. Lafave, Jerold H. Israel, Nancy J. King,, China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2002), Chapter 6, 9, 11 of Comparative Research on Sino-German Non-Prosecution Policies, China Prosecutors Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2002), “Japan’s New Trend of Criminal Justice Reform and Its Implication to Evidential Rules, by Goto Akira”, Collection of Papers of International Seminar on Criminal Evidence Law.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2002), “The Standard of Proof in Canadian Criminal Cases, by Allan Manson”, Collection of Papers of International Seminar on Criminal Evidence Law.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2002), “Evidence Law and New Technology, by Hans Albrecht”, Collection of Papers of International Seminar on Criminal Evidence Law.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2002), “the Value of Evidence and Evidence Values, by Mike McConville”, Collection of Papers of International Seminar on Criminal Evidence Law.

l Guo Zhiyuan, “Empirical Research and Law Reform: the English Experience, by Mike McConville”(in Chinese), Journal of Justice, Vol.2. China Legal System Press: Beijing. (2007), pp.19-37.

l Guo Zhiyuan, “Reforming Criminal Justice: How Should We Do It? by Floyd Feeney, Journal of Justice, Vol.2. China Legal System Press: Beijing. (2007), pp.8-18.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2002), “Should Unlawful Confessions Be Used As Evidence in Criminal Cases: A Brief History the American Exclusionary Rules, by Floyd Feeney” , China Legal Science Vol.4, pp.157-165.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2001), “Mitigation Trends among Sentencing and Non-imprisonment Sentencing, by Lord Gill”, China Criminal Law Journal Vol.3



Textbooks


l Chen Guangzhong ed. Evidence Law(Second Edition)(2013), Law Press China:Beijing

l Bian Jianlin ed, Criminal Procedure Law (Second Edition)(2012), China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing.

l Chen Guangzhong ed. Evidence Law(First Edition)(2011), Law Press China:Beijing

l Bian Jianlin ed, Evidence Law (Second Edition) (2010), China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing.

l Sun Weiping ed., Evidence Law (2009), Shanghai Communication University Press: Shanghai

l Bian Jianlin ed, Criminal Procedure Law (2008), Science Press: Beijing.

l Bian Jianlin ed, Evidence Law (2005), China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing.


Journal Articles and Book Chapters in English

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Torture and Exclusion of Evidence in China”, China Perspectives (2019), Vol.1,pp.45-53.

l Zhiyuan Guo & Floyd Feeney, “The New Chinese Mental Health Laws”, 17 Washington University Global Studies Law Review 411(2018), pp411-445

l Zhiyuan Guo, “An Overview of China's Empirical Research on Criminal Justice Reform from 2000 through 2010”, in Shefali Raizada et al eds Multidisciplinary Landscape: Global Trends and Transformation, K.V. Publisher and Printer: India, 2018, pp.1-30.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Rights Protection for Persons with Mental Illness in China:

An International Human Rights Law Perspective”, Hong Kong Law Journal (Volume 48 Part 1, 2018), pp.2-31.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Sane or Insane: When the Mentally Disabled Become Involved in the Justice System of China”, Amity International Journal of Legal & Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol.1, (2017), pp.14-23.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “The First Step of Long March: Implementing Exclusionary Rules in China”, Asia and Pacific Law Review (2017), pp.48-76.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Confessions in China: An Empirical Perspective”, the International Journal of Evidence & Proof, 2017 Vol.21(1-2), pp.30-51.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Deprivation of Liberty against One’s Will in Mental Health Institutions in Contemporary China ”, in Elissa Nessosi et al (eds)Legal Reforms and Deprivation of Liberty in Contemporary China, Routledge Publishing, 2016.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Institutionalized Forensic Patients in China: A Perspective of Criminal Procedure”, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (American Society of International Law)

Vol. 109, Adapting to a Rapidly Changing World (2015), pp. 86-88, Cambridge University Press(2015).

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Criminal procedure, law reform and stability”, The Politics of Law and Stability in China (2014), Edward Elgar Publishing Limited: UK, pp.153-175.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Who should be entitled to initiate a mental examination process?An empirical perspective”, Comparative Perspectives on Criminal Justice in China(2013), Edward Elgar Publishing Limited: UK.

l Zhiyuan Guo, “Approaching Visible Justice: Procedural Safeguards for Mental Examinations in China’s Capital Cases”, Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, 2010 Winter Issue, pp.21-54.

Journal Articles in Chinese

l Guo Zhiyuan, “Pleading Guilty and Accepting Proposed Punishment in China: Theoretical Analysis and Potential Reform Initiatives”, Legal Application, Vol.19, 2017, pp.48-53.

l Guo Zhiyuan, “The Scope of Illegally Obtained Evidence”, Evidentiary Science, Vol. 6, 2015, pp.645-652.

l Guo Zhiyuan(with Bian Jianlin), “Enhancing United, Standard and Fair Forensic Appraisal System”, China Forensic Appraisal, Volume 3, 2015, pp.1-7.

l Guo Zhiyuan (with Jiao Yuchen), “Regulation and Reflection of Problems with Lawyers Ethics: from the Perspective of Disciplines Procedures for Lawyers”, Justice of China, Volume 1, 2015, pp.55-59.

l Guo Zhiyuan(with Chen Guangzhong), Some Issues on the Implementation of Exclusionary Rule of Illegally obtained Evidence: An Empirical Perspective, Jurisprudence Journal, Volume 9, 2014,pp.1-16.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Survey Report on Procedural Safeguards for Mental Health Assessment in Criminal Cases, Evidentiary Science, Vol.6, 2012, pp.721-726.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Anti-Torture Mechanisms in the New Criminal Procedure Law, Nanjing University Law Review, Autumn Vol. 2012, pp.131-142.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Procedural Guaranty of Psychiatric Examination in Death Penalty Cases, Political Science and Law, Vol.9, 2012, pp.35-43.

l Guo Zhiyuan, An Empirical Analysis of Mental Examination Initiating Process Reform, Jiangsu Government School Review, Vol.1, 2012, pp.131-136.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Application of Empirical Methods in Testing the Effects of Criminal Justice Reform, China Criminal Law Journal, Vol.3, 2011, pp.83-89.

l Guo Zhiyuan, How to Establish the Illegally Obtained Evidence? Western Law Review, Vol.5, 2010, pp.16-21.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Cai Wei (2009), “Comments and Analysis on Transformation of Hearsay Rule: An Enlightenment to Introduction of Hearsay Rue in China”, Evidentiary Science, Vol.3, pp.240-249.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2008), “Burden of Proof: A Perspective of Procedure Mode” Gansu College of Political Science and Law Journal, Vol.6, pp.1-7.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2007) “The Connection and Supporting Measures of Judicial Expertise Procedure Legislation ”, Justice of China, Vo.10 pp.84-86

l Guo Zhiyuan, “Problems and Solutions: An Empirical Analysis on Simplified Criminal Procedure Reform”, Journal of Justice, Vol.2. China Legal System Press: Beijing. (2007), pp.157-176.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2007), “Rethinking and Reconstructing the Principles of Proof in Criminal Cases”, US-China Law Review Vol.4, Number 7, David Publishing Company: Illinois, pp.12-26.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2007), “Problems and Solutions on Simplified Procedure: An Empirical Perspective”, Journal of China Lawyer and Jurist, Vol.3, Number 5, David Publishing Company: Illinois, pp.13-25.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2007), “Marching towards a Rational Path of Criminal Procedure Law Study: A Review of Criminal Procedure Law Research in 2006”, China Legal Science, Vol.2., pp.172-182.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2007), “The Nature of Appraisal Institutions”, Chinese Journal of Forensic Science, Vol.2, pp.1-8.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2007), “Confrontation and Cooperation: Defining the Reform Format of China’s Criminal Procedure”, Justice of China, Vol.4, pp.32-36.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2006), “On Procedure Legislation of Forensic Authentication”, Chinese Journal of Forensic Science, Vol.4, pp.5-9.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2006), “A Review of International Conference on Comparative Criminal Procedure”, Journal of National Prosecutors College, Vol.3, pp.124-132.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Zhang Jianying (2006), “Survey Report on Empirical Understanding of Summary Procedure”, Journal of Procedural Law Research, Vol.11.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Zheng Weimei, “Survey Report on Spanish Court System and Appellate Procedure in Criminal Cases”, in Chen Guangzhong (ed) Recent Developments of Criminal Procedure Law outside Mainland China in the 21st Century (2005), China University of Political Science and Law Press: Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2005), “It’s Time to Normalize the Forensic Authentications”, Chinese Journal of Forensic Science, Vol.4, pp.5-9.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Fruits of Poisonous Tree Theory and Miranda Decision, Theory and Practice of Procedure Law (2005), Zhongshan University Press: Guangzhou.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2004), “The Effect of Enactment of Administrative License Law on Management of Forensic Authentications”, Chinese Journal of Forensic Science, Vol.3, pp.3-6.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2003), “Nature and Position of Forensic Authentications”, Chinese Journal of Forensic Science, Vol.4, pp.5-6.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Zhang Jianqiu (2003), “Dialectical Relationship between Mass Media and Justice”, Study and Exploration, Vol.3, pp.51-53.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2003), “Rationale of Summary Procedure”, Journal of Procedural Law Research, Vol.5.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2003), “New Views on Subject of Proof in Criminal Cases: An Perspective of Burden of Proof”, China Criminal Law Journal, Vol.1, pp.60-70.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Chen Guangzhong (2002), “Analysis and Study Report on 2000 British Investigative Powers Regulation”, Procedural Law Review Vol.7

l Guo Zhiyuan, Bian Jianlin and Han Xu (2002), “Distribution and Shift of Burden of Proof”, Journal of Procedural Law Research Vol.3

l Guo Zhiyuan and Wu Weijun (2002), “Efficiency Principle in Pre-trial Procedure”, A Guide to Criminal Justice Vol. 3.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Zhu Ping (2002), “New Views on Summary Procedure in Criminal Cases”, Application of Law, Vol.3, pp.34-38.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Hu Changlong (2002), “Explorations on Organic Reform of Forensic Authentication”, Forum of Legal Science, Vol.4.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Wu Wei (2001), “Comments on the Wiretapping Regulations in Criminal Investigations in Japan”, Journal of Procedural Law Research, Vol.2.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2001), “Judicial Proof: a Concept needs Urgent Remolding”, Forum of Evidence Law, Vol.3, pp.19-66.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2001),On Relativity of Judicial Proof”, China Legal Science Vol.2, pp.167-176.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Chen Guangzhong (2001), “Sentencing Fairness and Criminal Justice”, Procedural Law Review Vol.6.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (2000), “Forensic Authentication and Its Legitimate Application”, A Guide to Criminal Justice , Vol.4.

l Guo Zhiyuan (2000) “Not for export: Plea Bargaining and Adversary System, by Mike McConville”(in Chinese), New Explores on Procedural Law, Guangzhong Chen(ed), China Legal System Press:Beijing.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin (1999), “Comments on Limitation to the Right to Silence in Britain”, Comparative Law Review Vol.1, pp.283-286.

l Guo Zhiyuan (1999), “Media Surveillance and Judicial Fairness”, The Central Political and Legal cadres’College Law Review Vol.5, pp.12-15.

l Guo Zhiyuan (1998), “On Special Jurisdiction System in Criminal Cases in Ancient China”, The Central Political and Legal cadres’College Law Review Vol.6, pp.55-57.


Newspaper Essays

l Guo Zhiyuan, Strictly Implementing Exclusionary Rule and Promoting Judicial ReformLegal Daily, December 4, 2013.

l Guo Zhiyuan, Conference Summary on Implementation of  Exclusionary RulPeople’s Court Post, December 4, 2013.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin, “Standardization of Forensic Authentication”, Procurator Daily, April 5, 2001.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin, “Identifying, Proving and Judging: Division of Investigator, Prosecutor and Judge in ascertaining the case fact”, Procurator Daily 10 January, 2002.

l Guo Zhiyuan and Bian Jianlin, “Comparative Study on Forensic Authentication Between Common Law System and Civil Law System”, Procurator Daily , April 9, 2001.



Book Reviews


l Zhiyuan Guo, Death Penalty in China: Policy, Practice and Reform, International Criminal Justice Review Vol.27. Issue 1, March 2017, pp.75-76.


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