When Trinidad and Tobago sent Geoffrey Henderson to the International Criminal Court, he didn't know the first case he presided over would be contentious across the African continent.
Tonight in part two of our interview with him, Judge Henderson answers critics of the court and has a critique of his own about Trinidad and Tobago's final appeal court - the Privy Council. Faine Richards has the story.

People Meter Question

Do you agree with the DPP that abolishing preliminary enquiries will not help the backlog in the justice system?

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