The Methods of Judicial Proof

  • Jiahong HeEmail author
Part of the Masterpieces of Contemporary Jurisprudents in China book series (MCJC)


On 15th March 2002, Gao Yingying, an employee of Baoshi (Diamond) Hotel in Laohekou, Xiangfan City of Hubei Province, fell from the hotel building to death. Public Security Bureau of Laohekou conducted postmortem examination the next day and made the report. It is stated “Gao’s mouth, nose and right ear bled which demonstrates she died of skull bone fracture and severe traumatic brain injury; no significant injury was found from her skin; and severe craniocerebral and two-thigh injuries was characterized with high falling injury”. It concluded that Gao committed a suicide and died of craniocerebral injury caused by fall from the high building.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of LawRenmin University of ChinaBeijing, Haidian DistrictChina

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