No, it would be a small number, because I think a large amount of the pre-notification is probably on matters that are not private. There would be points of facts to check, and that's quite right.
But where there is a privacy issue and advice has been taken on what -- on pre-notification, I would want to know as soon as possible so I can be -- prepare for it, particularly if it was, you know, late, where we were going to get a duty judge, because the perception is whether it's right or wrong is another matter. There's always a feeling that it's easy to sort of carry it over the next day and then it delays to two days to return date or whatever. So I want to be in a position where I have counsel there who can put everything they can in front of the judge at the earliest stage to prevent it being sent over.