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preliminary inquiry

A hearing before a Provincial Court judge to decide whether there is sufficient evidence for the accused to go to trial; a preliminary inquiry only takes place where the accused is charged with an indictable offence and chooses to be tried by a judge or judge and jury of the Court of Queen’s Bench; also known as a preliminary hearing