Yes. In that, we received dockets of over 50 at a time, where you would have many police officers just waiting around to give their testimony.
My understanding and the way that I understand routine police evidence is that there's still the discretion of the judge to decide whether officers should be brought in for cross-examination or examination themselves.
In your experience—and I'll ask both of you to provide your feedback—what is the percentage of time a police officer's evidence being provided needs to be questioned? If it's not nine times out of 10, and it is in the judge's discretion to allow for cross-examination as is required for the administration of justice, do you not think that this would impact in a positive way delays that our court system faces and also the challenges of our police forces in terms of having police on the streets?