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PRELIMINARY INQUIRIES IN A CRIMINAL CHARGE CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR ACQUITTAL

Procedural rules for preliminary inquiries are given in Part 18 of the Criminal Code (Code). In order to protect an accused from being subjected to a public trial improperly or unnecessarily, a preliminary inquiry (or hearing) is held to ensure that the Crown has sufficient evidence to warrant a trial.  Primarily and most importantly, a charge-screening device, the preliminary inquiries serve a host of other

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