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|Wednesday, May 31, 2000, updated at 07:50(GMT+8)|
China Has 2,500 Juvenile TribunalsThe Supreme People's Court said Tuesday China has set up over 2,500 juvenile tribunals with a total of 7,500 judges and more than 9,000 special jurors.
China has been making efforts to build a juvenile judgment system with the country's own characteristics ever since the first such court was set up in Shanghai in 1984, said Shen Deyong, a vice president of the Supreme People's Court, at a news conference Tuesday.
Chinese juvenile courtrooms handle cases involving juveniles within a special form of judicial organization and with special judicial methods, by integrating punishment and education, according to Shen.
The court cooperates with governmental departments and non- governmental organizations to help, educate, and save juvenile law- breakers, he noted.
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