In determining whether an abuse of process amounted to an affront to the public conscience that, at the time of trial, would have required proceedings to be stayed and subsequently required a conviction to be set aside as unsafe, a court had also to consider the public interest in ensuring that those who were charged with grave crimes should be tried and, if convicted, that their convictions should be upheld.

[2005] EWCA Crim 3232

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