A guest blog by Sarah Bafadhel
The new edition of the leading textbook, ‘Abuse of Process in Criminal Proceedings’, now includes a chapter analysing the application of the abuse of process doctrine in international criminal law proceedings.
Authored by Sarah Bafadhel, of 9 Bedford Row, the chapter is the most comprehensive review of the doctrine before international criminal courts to be included in a practical textbook on the subject. It reflects the caselaw concerning the doctrine as applied before the ICC, ICTY, ICTR, STL and ECCC.
Aimed at practitioners, this fourth edition remains an essential guide to all areas of the law relating to abuse of process in criminal law.
As part of the Bloomsbury Professional Criminal Practice Series, the text is authored by David Young, also of 9 Bedford Row, alongside Mark Summers QC, of Matrix Chambers and David Corker, of Corker Binning.