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Study on the Relationship between Public Opinion and Judicial Decision-making

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2024.030406 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 230

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Yi Cao 1

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1 Law School, Guilin University of Electronic Technology, No. 12 Xiajin Road, Nanning, China

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Yi Cao

ABSTRACT

In recent years, with the heated discussions over cases such as Ziyao Wang and Koukou Zhang, the relationship between judicial decisions and public opinion has become a focus of academic attention. Public opinion and judicial decisions should be mutually independent, but the intervention of public opinion does not necessarily affect judicial independence. Instead, public opinion plays a role in supervising the fairness of judicial decisions. Coordinating the relationship between public opinion and judicial decisions is a long-term task that needs to be continuously improved in the process of promoting the comprehensive rule of law.

KEYWORDS

Public Opinion, Judicial Decision-making, and Judicial Independence

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Yi Cao, Study on the Relationship between Public Opinion and Judicial Decision-making. Science of Law Journal (2024) Vol. 3: 49-53. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI: 10.23977/law.2024.030406.

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