In the interests of time, I want to get to the other recommendations. You specifically referenced Justice LeSage, saying that he talked about the importance of preliminary inquiries in his report on the wrongful conviction of James Driskell, in part because there were serious problems with disclosure in that case.
I want to ask Mr. Sewell to comment as well on whether or not such a penal provision for non-disclosure of important information would be helpful.
We had Mr. Daniel Brown yesterday also quote Justice LeSage in the Driskell case. Maybe you can tell us more about why you think eliminating preliminary inquiries will cause more wrongful convictions. Some contend that the same evidence will come out at the trial, just at a later date. Could you elaborate?