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The Crown is proceeding:
[ ] By summary conviction.
[ ] By indictment.
After a trial date is set, the Crown:
[ ] Will ask for custody.
[ ] Will not ask for custody.
This form is very important because it tells you whether or not the Crown will ask for a jail sentence if you plead guilty or if you’re found guilty after a trial. It will also tell you if the Crown is proceeding by way of summary conviction or by indictment.
Depending on what it says, this form may influence what you want to do with your case. If you have trouble understanding this form, or anything in the disclosure package, speak to your lawyer or to duty counsel.