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12. (1) At any time before the beginning of the hearing the supervising member may direct that the case be withdrawn, unless—
(a)the case is one to which regulation 11(2)(b) applies, or
(b)the Chief Constable has a duty to proceed under section 59(5) or (6) of the Act of 1998.
(2) Where a case is withdrawn it shall be treated as if the supervising member had decided not to refer it to a hearing.
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