In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, Li Zhuang, an ex-lawyer who claims he was framed and wrongfully jailed for 18 months, talks on his mobile phone in front of the Chongqing No

 

              In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, Li Zhuang, an ex-lawyer who claims he was framed and wrongfully jailed for 18 months, talks on his mobile phone in front of the Chongqing No
In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, Li Zhuang, an ex-lawyer who claims he was framed and wrongfully jailed for 18 months, talks on his mobile phone in front of the Chongqing No. 1 Intermediate People's Court in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. At left is Yang Xuelin, Li's lawyer. With China's new leaders freshly installed in power, authorities are turning their attention to tying up loose ends in the sprawling, scandal-ridden city once ruled by populist politician Bo Xilai before his downfall buffeted the leadership transition. In the past two weeks, authorities in Chongqing released Li, a lawyer disbarred after being convicted of having one of his clients lie in court, as well as a village official who had been sent to a labor camp for criticizing Bo. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT