The Case of Li Changkui represents a kind of simple “hard case”，in which whatever the judge made a decision, result of the case failed to gain good social and legal effects, and the causation, however, rested on the internal system of judicature. The Case of Li reflects an age at which legal world view is deficient in coherence and integration. Although it's not an exclusive problem for China that judicature, public opinion and politics interact complicatedly, and the society shows distustt upon the criminal justice system, it reveals that, in the case of Li, some judicial personnel and academics hold an unidimensional and prejudiced understanding on the credibility, legitimacy and stability of judicature. It's argued, based on the case of Li, that judicature should operate to bridge, rather than widen, the gap between law and society. To achieve the goal of changing society, judicature has to meet the public's basic psychological demands upon equity. It's also argued that the development of media has contributed to help the public identify and understand the social meanings of the law in a flow of events. In this sense, it becomes possible to achieve some coherence among plural legal wold views.