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Is there any reason you think it shouldnt?
Are you asking for an adjournment on that basis?
Why haven't you seen the solicitor?
Yes, Im here.
You are not going to be able to apply to adjourn successfully on that basis. It is rare that anybody sees their solicitor in conference at the magistrates court and anyway it is unlikely they would do the trial. Probably they will instruct counsel who will see her tomorrow before the trial.
This is a criminal damage so there shouldn't be a need for anything more than a conference on the morning of trial
Can I clarify anything for you?
If you are saying there is outstanding evidence then that would be different but then you will have to explain why you didn't secure it.
No but that is pretty normal with a magistrates court trial.
You will see counsel in conference in the morning.