法学院

School of Law

 Chinese

YI Yanyou

Professor

Director of the Research Center of Evidence Law

Education background

• Ph.D., China University of Political Science and Law, Criminal Procedure

• LL.M., University of Warwick, UK, Law in Development

• LL.M., China University of Political Science and Law, Criminal Procedure

• LL.B., China University of Political Science and Law, Criminal Procedure

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

• Criminal Procedure

• Evidence Law

• Judicial System Studies

Academic Achievement

Books:

1. Understanding China’s Criminal Procedure, First Edition, Homa Publisher, U.S., 2013; Tsinghua niversity Press, Beijing, 2011;

2. Criminal Procedure: Rules, Rationale, and Application, Fourth Edition, Law Press, Beijing, 2013; Third Edition, 2008; Second Edition, 2004, First Edition, 2003;

3. The Essence of Criminal Procedure, Peking University Press, 2013;

4. Chinese Criminal Procedure and Chinese Society, Peking University Press, Beijing, 2010;

5. System and Spirit of the Evidence Law: With Special Reference to Anglo-American Law, Peking University Press, 2010;

6. Jury Trial and the Adversary System, Sanmin Bookstore, November, 2004

7. On the Freedom of Remaining Silence, China University of Politics and Law Press, August, 2001.

Selected Articles:

1. China’s Criminal Detention As A Compulsory Measure under Exigencies: An Analysis in Comparison (In Englsih), to be publihsed;

2. On the System of Criminal Compulsory Measures and Its Perfections, in CHINESE JOURNAL OF LAW, No.3, 2012, pp. 146-163;

3. State ideology Transition and Process Model Transformation : China’s Criminal Procedure Law and Its Revisions, in TSINGHUA CHINA LAW REVIEW, No.2, 2012;

4. On the Best Evidence Principle, in JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LEGAL STUDIES, No. 6, 2011, pp. 96-112;

5. On Citizens’ Constitutional Rights Protections in Criminal Procedural and the Exclusionary Rules: A Discussion Surrounding the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, in TSINGHUA LAW JOURNAL, No. 4, 2011, pp. 80-106;

6. On the Witnesses’ Appearance at the Trial and the Protection of the Criminal defandant’s Right to Confrontation, in SOCIAL SCIENCE IN CHINA, No. 2, 2010, pp. 160-176;

7. On the Right of Eyebal to Eyeball: A Research on the Right to Confrontation, in COMPARATIVE LEGAL STUDIES, No. 1, 2010, pp. 52-68;

8. Can A Government Compulsorily Make Citizens More Free? Revisiting Non-Judicial Detentions under Administrative Regulations in the People’s Republic of China and Their Justifications, in TSINGHUA CHINA LAW REVIEW, No. 2, 2010, pp. 381-417;

9. Construction and Reflection of Chinese Criminal Trial Instance System, in CHINESE JOURNAL OF LAW, No. 3, 2009, pp.59-76;

10. Arrest As Punishment: The Abuse of Arrest in the People’s Republic of China, in PUNISHMENT AND SOCIETY: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PENOLOGY, 2008, no. 1, pp. 9-24;

11. On the Codification of Evidence Rules: The Enactment of Federal Rules of Evidence and Its Implications on China’s Legislation on Evidence, in TRIBUNE OF POLICTICS AND LAW, No. 6, pp. 80-98;

12. A Historical and Phylosophical Research on the Anglo-American Evidence Law, in PEKING UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL,2004/3

13. On the Theretical Foundations of the Evidence Law Science, in CHINESE JOURNAL OF LAW, Vol. 1, 2004;

14. On the Privilege against Self-Incrimination, in JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW, Vol. 2, 1999;

15. Rethinking the Philosphical Foundation of the “Inner-Conviction” Evidence System, in the JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LEGAL STUDIES, No. 2, 1998.