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Abuse of process in criminal proceedings

Young, David LLM.

Abuse of process in criminal proceedings

by Young, David LLM.

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Published by Tottel Pub. in Haywards Heath, West Sussex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fair trial -- Great Britain,
  • False imprisonment -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Young, Mark Summers, David Corker ; with (on chapter 11) Martin Evans.
    ContributionsSummers, Mark A., Corker, David., Corker, David., Evans, Martin, BA.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD7876 .C664 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxii, 471 p. ;
    Number of Pages471
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23607745M
    ISBN 109781845922344
    LC Control Number2009368474

    This much respected text is an essential guide to all areas of the law relating to abuse of process in criminal law - including delay, double jeopardy, breach of promise and adverse publicity. Both learned and immensely practical, this book provides a thought-provoking analysis of underlying issues and will help you to quickly assimilate and understand the evolving case law on different. Abuse of process is a very important area in criminal law and one that requires careful consideration by both defence lawyers and prosecutors. This course will assist you in recognising various forms of abuse and preparing and making applications in the context of criminal proceedings.

    The Duty to Prevent an Abuse of Process by Staying Criminal Proceedings Don Mathias* Introduction In criminal law judges have a duty 1 to prevent an abuse of process, and exercise of this duty can result in a stay of proceedings.2 A stay is ordered when continuing would offend the court’s sense of justice and propriety in the circumstances of the particular case.3 A. Abuse of process and judicial stays of criminal proceedings / Andrew L.-T. Choo. KF C46 Fourth report: order of closing speeches / presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for the Home Department.

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General Principles See also: Abuse of Process and Role of Law Enforcement Police misconduct towards an accused in certain cases can lead to a stay of proceedings under s. 24(1) of the Charter on the basis that it violates the abuse of process doctrine.

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This title deals with the different procedural and factual situations that give rise to an abuse of process, covering the whole of criminal litigation, from pre 4/5(1). Read the full-text online edition of Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings ().

Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings This study presents a fresh perspective on judicial stays of criminal proceedings by. Abuse of process is a cause of action in tort arising from one party misusing or perverting regularly issued court process (civil or criminal) not justified by the underlying legal action.

It is a common law intentional tort. It is to be distinguished from malicious prosecution, another type of tort that involves misuse of the public right of access to the courts. This chapter begins with a brief discussion of the primary aim of the book, which is to analyse the courts' power to stay criminal proceedings which are deemed as an ‘abuse of the process of the court’.

It then discusses the origins of the doctrine and its use in civil litigation, entrenchment of the doctrine in the criminal sphere, the nature of a stay, and aspects of criminal justice. This fully updated second edition of Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings blends doctrinal discussion with a thorough consideration of the underlying theory to provide a searching analysis of the theory and practice of abuse of process in England and Wales, with comparative examinations of many other jurisdictions.

Sep 30,  · About Abuse of Process in Criminal Proceedings. Abuse of Process in Criminal Proceedings, 4th edition is the essential practitioner's guide to all areas of the law relating to abuse of process in criminal law – including delay, breach of promise, non-disclosure, the destruction of evidence, entrapment, abuses of executive power, and extradition.

ABUSE OF PROCESS [Colin Wells] on maisonneuve-group.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 3rd edition of this leading text examines, from a practitioner's point of view, the concept of abuse of process and how it operates within criminal and extradition proceedings.

This title deals with the different procedural and factual situations that give rise to an abuse of processAuthor: Colin Wells. Previously, evidence scholars have demonstrated that every exclusionary rule and discretion in the law of criminal evidence can be explained in reference to the protection of the innocent from wrongful conviction and/or the protection of the moral integrity of the criminal process.

The criminal courts have a power to stop a prosecution from proceeding altogether where it would be inappropriate for it to continue. This power to stay proceedings which constitute an abuse of the process of the court has assumed great practical significance and is potentially applicable in many situations.

Abuse of Process in Criminal Proceedings, 4th edition is the essential practitioner’s guide to all areas of the law relating to abuse of process in criminal law – including delay, breach of promise, non-disclosure, the destruction of evidence, entrapment, abuses of executive power, and extradition.

A stay of proceedings on grounds of abuse of process may also form the subject of an application to the Court of Appeal for a terminating ruling under Section 58, Criminal Justice Act This gives the Court of Appeal the power to confirm, reverse or vary a prior ruling (Section 61).

The Supreme Court has inherent power to stay proceedings which are an abuse of process: Jago v District Court of NSW () CLR Certain stay proceedings may be affected by the Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act (Cth), as to which see “Trans-Tasman proceedings” at –.

Show Summary Details Preview. This chapter begins with a brief discussion of the primary aim of the book, which is to analyse the courts' power to stay criminal proceedings which are deemed as an ‘abuse of the process of the court’. The 3rd edition of this leading text examines, from a practitioner's point of view, the concept of abuse of process and how it operates within criminal and extradition proceedings.

This title deals with the different procedural and factual situations that give rise to an abuse of process, covering the whole of criminal litigation, from pre-charge advisory stage to appellant level.

Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings (Oxford Monographs on Criminal Law and Justice) by Andrew L. Choo | 11 Sep out of 5 stars 1.

This fully updated second edition of Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings blends doctrinal discussion with a thorough consideration of the underlying theory to provide a. Systems abuse. Australian and international bench books alert judicial officers to various forms of systems abuse or abuse of processes that may be used by perpetrators in the course of domestic and family violence related proceedings to reassert their power and control over the victim.

More broadly, as identified in the Western Australian Court of Appeal decision Baron v Walsh [] WASCA.It has been said that since early times, every court has had the inherent power to stay criminal proceedings on the basis that they are oppressive and constitute an abuse of its process.

1 The court effectively refuses jurisdiction in order to safeguard its own process from abuse.1) Blackstone’s Criminal Practice D 2) Choo, Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings, 2nd ed. 3) Ashworth & Redmayne: The Criminal Process, 4th ed.

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