Rauxloh's book makes a contribution to the larger literature on plea bargaining in that it provides a comparative view of this practice. This book is useful for scholars and students interested in these issues because it offers a perspective on how bargaining justice is carried out in countries other than the United States, but especially because of its exploration of the significance of plea bargaining in the context of seeking international criminal justice.
- Yue Ma for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, May 2014
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About the Author
Regina Rauxloh is senior lecturer at the University of Surrey, where she teaches international criminal law, public international law, and law of armed conflict. Her research interests lie in International Criminal Law, Corporate Crime, Law of Armed Conflict.