The record of wrongdoing is derived from the collected records of wrongful wings, which was written in the 13th century. It was written by song ci, an official of the southern song dynasty, who collected the knowledge of autopsy examination at that time. Laws on the examination of corpse injuries and identification of death and injury judgments, etc. Different versions have been circulated in later generations, and even local governments may use different versions, which may lead to the possibility of crossing an administrative region, and the autopsy results will be completely different.
The unified official edition as we know it today was not compiled and published by the law office until 1742 (qing dynasty). Xie xinzhe said that from "The Illustrator Art Work collection of wrongs and wrongs" to "The record of corrections and wrongs of wrongedness", there is basically no huge change in autopsy knowledge and thinking patterns, and the acquisition of official state status is the most significant change.
Not in the yamen autopsy! Witnessing the autopsy in public
A murder case is time-consuming and labor-intensive from detection to trial. It must go through layers of links from the discovery of the body, the autopsy to the interrogation. How did the qing dynasty perform an autopsy? How is it different from modern times? Let's move on.
The general rule summarized from the records of criminal cases in the qing dynasty is as follows: when someone is found dead, the family members or witnesses of the deceased will notify the land insurance and the township contract.