Very few foreign visitors have been allowed an opportunity to observe legal proceedings in the People's Republic of China. We were included in the first American group ever favored with a professional exchange legal tour. During the month of May 1977, we spent three weeks in China with a group of Black American judges and lawyers, headed by the Hon. George C. Crockett, Jr., Judge of the Recorder's Court of Detroit. Since we ourselves would be skeptical of the claim of a visitor to the United States who purported to have "studied" the American legal process during the course of a three-week visit, we make no claim to authority in these observations of the Chinese legal process. We offer our perceptions for whatever contribution they may make to the sparse Western knowledge of social control in the People's Republic.
Whitman, Christina B., co-author. "Some Impressions and Reflections on Observing Legal Proceedings in the People's Republic of China." S. Payton, co-author. Law Quad. Notes 22, no. 3 (1978): 14-21.