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strange cases of Magistrate Pao

Leon Comber

strange cases of Magistrate Pao

Chinese tales of crime and detection

by Leon Comber

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Published by Heinemann Educational in London .
Written in English


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Statementtranslated from the Chinese and retold by Leon Comber.
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The strange cases of Magistrate Pao: Chinese tales of crime and detection. [Lung tʻu kung an.; Leon Comber]. The Strange Cases of Magistrate Pao is an engrossing collection of six of Magistrate Pao's cases. They are traditional Chinese detective stories in the tradition of the 'Judge Dee' stories of the late Robert van Gulik, who was a friend of author Leon Comber/5(17).

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approaches for handling the cases are discussed: (1) delega­ tion to magistrates for a report and recommendation, (2) equal allocation of cases among judges and magistrates, (3) development of a questionnaire that law clerks use to prepare cases for the judge's review, and (4) use of law stu­ dents to help review and prepare the cases.

(a) Magistrate should not dismiss complaints or cases instituted on complaint without giving complainants full opportunities for appearance. Ordinarily, if a complainant is absent Inclination to dismiss cases in default.

Reasons for dismissal in default should be recorded. Instruction to be observed in. Medieval England: Tavern in the Morning () Medieval England: Clynes, Michael (P.C. Doherty) Brood of Vipers () Henry VIII's England: Gallows Murders () London: Grail Murders () Henry VIII's England: Poisoned Chalice () London: White Rose Murders () Comber, Leon: Strange Case of Magistrate Pao () China.

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