||After the era of freezing relationship between Taiwan and Mainland China (hereinafter “Cross-strait Parties”), they have had new connection since 1987, and cross-strait crimes are consequently arising. Meanwhile, the Cross-strait Parties could not end their political confrontations; as a result, cross-strait crimes therefore could not be combated by the cooperation between relevant authorities or any existing judicial mutual assistance mechanism. Definitely, the protection was insufficient for their people.|
Since the relationship of Cross-strait Parties has had historically critical improvement, they have therefore signed the "Cross-strait Joint Crime-Fighting and Judicial Mutual Assistance Agreement" in April 2009. However, even the Cross-strait Parties have been fighting crimes with and have provided judicial mutual assistance to each other for a while on such a solid legal basis, albeit there are still many difficulties existing currently, so that they are seeking more mutual understanding and well-organized practice.
This thesis is aiming to analysis the effectiveness of their Joint Crime-Fighting Mechanism and to explore the impacts on their mutual judicial cooperation, as well as proposing strategies, based on the “Administrative Law Structure”, to our governmental authorities in charge of criminal repatriation and retrocession of illegal gains.