THE HEDGEHOG DILEMMA IN THE COURT-MEDIA RELATIONSHIP IN CHINA

THE HEDGEHOG DILEMMA IN THE COURT-MEDIA RELATIONSHIP IN CHINA issues or individual cases. Meanwhile, the relationship between courts and the media is a practical and FRONTIERS OF LAW IN CHINA regulatory issue which attracts governmental attention at all levels. In pursuit of regulatory effect, legislations, codes of ethics, practices, guidelines, checklists, and rules are fully used as carriers of the expectations of the judiciary and participants. This can be shown in the following five categories. 1. Principles and Values. -- In the Philippines, "there are five interacting constitutional principles involved in judiciary-media relations. These are (a) Independence of the Judiciary (Art. VIII, Constitution) which decrees that the courts should be left alone to do their task without any pressure or undue influence from whatever source; (b) Right to Due Process of the litigants (Sec. 1, Art. III, Constitution) which provides that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law; (c) Freedom of Expression (Sec. 4, Art III, Constitution) which covers the freedoms of speech, expression and the press; (d) Right to Information on Matters of Public Concern (Sec. 7, Art. III, Constitution) which guarantees to the people the right to be informed on all matters that concern them and their http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Frontiers of Law in China Brill

THE HEDGEHOG DILEMMA IN THE COURT-MEDIA RELATIONSHIP IN CHINA

Frontiers of Law in China, Volume 9 (2): 174 – Jun 15, 2014

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© Copyright 2014 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1673-3428
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10.3868/s050-003-014-0011-7
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issues or individual cases. Meanwhile, the relationship between courts and the media is a practical and FRONTIERS OF LAW IN CHINA regulatory issue which attracts governmental attention at all levels. In pursuit of regulatory effect, legislations, codes of ethics, practices, guidelines, checklists, and rules are fully used as carriers of the expectations of the judiciary and participants. This can be shown in the following five categories. 1. Principles and Values. -- In the Philippines, "there are five interacting constitutional principles involved in judiciary-media relations. These are (a) Independence of the Judiciary (Art. VIII, Constitution) which decrees that the courts should be left alone to do their task without any pressure or undue influence from whatever source; (b) Right to Due Process of the litigants (Sec. 1, Art. III, Constitution) which provides that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law; (c) Freedom of Expression (Sec. 4, Art III, Constitution) which covers the freedoms of speech, expression and the press; (d) Right to Information on Matters of Public Concern (Sec. 7, Art. III, Constitution) which guarantees to the people the right to be informed on all matters that concern them and their

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