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A resolution meeting (or Crown pre-trial) is a meeting held between the Crown and your lawyer or duty counsel. You will probably not be able to attend the meeting. For legal reasons, the Crown will rarely meet with a person who has been charged.
Examples of when a resolution meeting might happen are when:
It important to remember that it is the Crown’s decision to withdraw charges or agree to change your bail. Your lawyer or duty counsel will argue on your behalf, but they do not make the decision. However, if the Crown does not agree to the bail change that you want, your lawyer or duty counsel may be able to tell you about other possible ways of getting your bail changed.