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Practice Relating to Rule 100. Fair Trial Guarantees
Section A. General
China’s Criminal Law (1979), as amended in 1997, states:
Article 4 The law shall be equally applied to anyone who commits a crime. No one shall have the privilege of transcending the law.
Article 399 Any judicial officer who, bending the law for selfish ends or twisting the law for a favor, subjects to investigation for criminal responsibility a person he knows to be innocent or intentionally protects from investigation for criminal responsibility a person he knows to be guilty or, intentionally running counter to the facts and law, twists the law when rendering judgments or orders in criminal proceedings shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not more than five years or criminal detention; if the circumstances are serious, he shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not less than five years but not more than 10 years; if the circumstances are especially serious, he shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not less than 10 years. 
China, Criminal Law, 1979, as amended in 1997, Articles 4 and 399.
A 2002 amendment to Article 399 of China’s Criminal Law (1979) restates:
Any judicial officer who, bending the law for selfish ends or twisting the law for a favor, subjects to investigation for criminal responsibility a person he knows to be innocent or intentionally protects from investigation for criminal responsibility a person he knows to be guilty or, intentionally running counter to the facts and law, twists the law when rendering judgments or orders in criminal proceedings shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not more than five years or criminal detention; if the circumstances are serious, he shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not less than five years but not more than ten years; if the circumstances are especially serious, he shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not less than ten years. 
China, Criminal Law, 1979, as amended in 2002, Article 399.
China’s Organic Law of the People’s Courts (1979), as amended in 2006, states:
In judicial proceedings in the people’s courts, the law is applied equally to all citizens, regardless of ethnic status, race, sex, occupation, family background, religious belief, education, property status or length of residence. No privilege whatsoever is allowed. 
China, Organic Law of the Peoples Courts, 1979, as amended in 2006, Article 5.