Wu Hongyao, Ph.D.
Associate professor of law
Assistant Dean of Procedural Law Research Institute
Procedural Law Research Institute
China University of Political Science and Law
No.25 Xitucheng Road, Haidian District
Beijing, 100088 China
Tel. +86 10-58908268
Fax. +86 10-58908370
My teaching Subjects include:
Criminal Procedure Law
Criminal Procedure Law of Taiwan
Current Research Interests
1. Constitutional Criminal Procedure, particularly in Interrogation, Search and Seizure
2. Human Rights, Serious Crime and Criminal Procedure
3. Analysis of Evidence and Fact-finding in Adjudication
Ph.D. 2002, Graduate Law School, China University of Political Science and Law
M.L. 1999, Graduate Law School, China University of Political Science and Law
B.A. 1996, Department of Philosophy, Zhengzhou University
/2005-present: Assistant Dean, Procedural Law Research Institute at China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), Beijing, China
/2003-present: Associate professor of law, full-time research fellow at Procedural Law Research Institute (then known as Procedural Law Research Center), CUPL
/2002-09/2003: Lecturer, CUPL
04-present: Executive Chief Editor of the Procedural Law Cases
02-2006：Editor of Procedural Law Review, 2006-present: Associate Chief Editor of Procedural Law Review
02-present: Volunteer at the Criminal Defence Department of the Center for Criminal Law and Justice
/12/2007-26/12/2008, Research on the privilege against self-incrimination and its application in China at Yale Law School.
/09/2007-27/09/2007, Research on the New Jury Systems of Japan and Korea (School of Law and Politics at Kwansei Gakuin University & Osaka Bar Association, Japan; School of Law at Korea University, Soul, Korea.)
/2003-01/2004＿the Empirical Research Methods Training at Vera Institute of Justice, NYC for the Pilot Project of Improvement of Police Interrogation in China
The second prize of the 9th Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation for youth teachers in the academy (2004)
The Rationale of Proof in Litigations (with Dr. Wei Xiaona), the third prize granted by the Procedural Law Division of China Law Society as outstanding scientific research by young experts (2004)
The Principle of privilege against self-incrimination and Its Procedural Safeguards (with Prof. Song Yinghui), the 2nd prize granted by the Procedural Law Division of China Law Society as outstanding scientific research by young experts (2002)
1. Understanding Criminal Procedure, authored by Joshua Dressler & Alan C. Michaels, translated by Wu Hongyao, Publishing House of Beijing University (2009: Beijing).
2. Fact-finding in Judicial Adjudication, Publishing House of Beijing University (2008: Beijing).
3. The Procuratorial System: A Comparative Study, Ed. jointly with Fan Chongyi, Publishing House of People’s Public Security University of China＿8: Beijing).
4. Contemporary Chinese Jurisprudence: A Collection of Philosophical Inquires, Ed. jointly with Fan Chongyi, Publishing House of People's Public Security University of China＿7: Beijing).
5. Expert Draft for Re-amendment to the Criminal Procedural Law of P.R.C. and Its Annotations, (Chapters I, II of Part II: "Filing a case" and "Investigation‿Chen Guangzhong ed.), China Legal Publishing House (2006: Beijing).
6. Model Code of Criminal Procedure Law, (Part II "Evidence" Rule 102-204)(Chen Weidong ed.), China Renmin University Press (2005: Beijing).
7. Suggestions and Demonstration on Uniform Evidence Law (Section One Chapter II：Rule 11-22), China Renmin University Press (2004: Beijing).
8. Pre-trial Procedure in Criminal Justice, Co-authored with Song Yinghui, Publishing House of CUPL (2002: Beijing).
1. Systematize Construction of Prosecution Discretion, 7 People's Prosecutorate Semimonthly 14.
2. The Reform Trend of Criminal Prosecution System in China, 5 Studies in Law and Business 103.
3. Criminal Proceedings: A Perspective from Modern Law, 3 Tribune of Political Science and Law 47.
4. The Dilemma and Way out for China's Criminal Defense, 12 Justice of China 25.
5. A Research on the Legal Structure of Entrapment Investigation System, 2 People's Procuratorate Monthly 12.
6. Study on the Discretion to Non-prosecute (Co-authored with Song Yinghui) 5 Forum on Political Science and Law 116.
7. Study on Private Prosecution in Criminal Law, 3 Forum on Political Science and Law 115.
8. Characteristics and Reform of the Trial System in China, (Co-authored with Fan Chongyi) 1 Chinese Criminal Science 3.
9. On the Principle that Nobody Should Be Forced to Incriminate Himself and Its Procedural Guarantees, (Co-authored with Song Yinghui) 2 Chinese Legal Science 117.