(1) The Magistrates' Court may direct the parties to a committal proceeding to appear at a committal case conference to be conducted by a magistrate.
(2) Wherever practicable, a committal case conference should be conducted on the date of the committal mention hearing.
(3) Evidence of—
(a) anything said or done in the course of a committal case conference; or
(b) any document prepared solely for the purposes of a committal case conference—
is not admissible in any proceeding before any court or tribunal or in any
inquiry in which evidence is or may be given before any court or person acting
judicially, unless all parties to the committal case conference agree to the
giving of the evidence.
Part 4.7—Committal hearing