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An omnibus hearing is a pretrial hearing. It is usually soon after a defendant's arraignment. The main purpose of the hearing is to determine the evidence, including testimony and evidence seized at the time of arrest.
The prosecutor and the defendant's counsel attend the hearing to discuss pretrial matters pertaining to the case.
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