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I have been invited to a Without Prejudice meeting before a

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I have been invited to a Without Prejudice meeting before a County Court trial, what does this mean?

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"Without prejudice" means that you do not have to come to any agreements at the meeting and whatever is discussed at the meeting will not be held against you if there are any legal matters pending against you. If nothing is resolved, then the topic / contents of the meeting will go no further than that and cannot be used in court. It is much like a settlement conference -- the parties can discuss all matters freely without fear of anything that is said being used against them later.

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