A preliminary inquiry will be held on February 26 and 27 to determine if there is enough evidence to hold a trial for Metcalfe. His lawyer, Russ Chamberlain, says he'll be looking to identify exactly what his client is accused of doing, as well as the issue of self-defence. Metcalfe was also recently diagnosed with cancer, but with his most recent round of chemotherapy scheduled to be done by the end of the month, he's expected to be able to appear in court.
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