I would need to know more about your case and what has transpired to know if this would help you. Pretrial hearings are very common. It will most likely neither help or hurt you.
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I think you double posted. Pre-trial conferences are common but I've never heard of a pre-trial conference called a "review hearing." What court is this in?
Do you mean after your trial, then it would be a sentence review hearing perhaps to get an ignition interlock installed in your car post DUI? Perhaps it is a trial readiness hearing or a evidentiary hearing, what court is it in?
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