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China and WTO Review
Many Chinese scholars advocate transplanting the American Gideon to improve the quality of criminal defense and legal aid in China. Nowadays, less than thirty percent of criminal defendants in China have counsels to represent them, and this has worsened since the year of 2012, because laws and policies have expanded the legal aid to more candidates, while the appropriations cannot keep pace with the explosive caseload. Institutional impediments also frustrate lawyers' efforts in providingdoi:10.14330/cwr.2019.5.1.01 fatcat:3u3smqhng5c63kdpjmpug6tkh4