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The council will consider designating acts of stopping in front of or rapidly approaching other vehicles on expressways with the aim of obstruction and causing the victims' vehicles to stop or slow down as dangerous driving under the law.Justice Minister… 12 Comments
How crime suspects are treated by police and prosecutors is unknown to many Japanese, who tend to trust authoritative figures and assume anyone who gets arrested is guilty. Do you agree with this statement?