Prosecutors and judges pick reps for reform forum

Taipei Times
Date: Feb 08, 2017
By: Jason Pan / Staff reporter

Five judges and five prosecutors have been selected by their peers as representatives to a national affairs conference on judicial reform, with Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheng Yu-shan (鄭玉山) and Yilan District Prosecutors’ Office head prosecutor Tsai Yuan-shih (蔡元仕) to lead the group.

The results of the vote by judicial officials was announced by the Judicial Yuan on Monday, while five more judges and prosecutors are to be selected by a Presidential Office preparatory committee on judicial reform after consulting legal professionals and gauging public opinion.

The other judges in the group, representing all levels of the nation’s court system, are Taiwan High Court Judge Chen Shiann-yuh (陳憲裕), Taichung District Court Judge Lai Kung-li (賴恭利), Taoyuan District Court Judge Mao Song-ting (毛松廷) and Kaohsiung Juvenile and Family Court Judge Lee Ming-hung (李明鴻).    [FULL  STORY]

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