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Murata, Tatsuya
Tatsuya Murata (Japan)

Tatsuya Murata graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1990. He passed the First-rank National Public Service Examination of Law in 1989 and after the graduation he started to work for the National Police Agency (NPA) which is an administrative law enforcement agency working on criminal investigation, crime prevention, national security, protection of traffic safety and so on. While at NPA, he gave legal advice on investigative activities to local police and played an important role in making a draft to amend the Criminal Law and the Criminal Procedure Act against high-tech crimes as an assistant manager of the Investigative Planning Section. He also passed the National Bar Exam in 1995 and finished the professional legal training.

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Last updated on September 9th, 2004