July 2nd, 2024

Information posted on the websites of Sichuan judicial authorities provides an update on Li Yan (李彦), a Sichuan woman convicted of murdering her abusive husband in 2010. She was subsequently sentenced to death, a decision that was reversed by the Supreme People’s Court (SPC). The SPC ordered the Sichuan High People’s Court to conduct a retrial, which resulted in a sentence of death with two-year reprieve.

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