If the CCMS meeting does not resolve your case, it may proceed to the Criminal Case Resolution (CCR) process. In a CCR conference, a Senior District Judge will sit as a neutral mediator with the Prosecution and your lawyer to facilitate discussions on certain areas, such as evidence and legal issues, or indicate a sentence if requested and if appropriate. The CCR process is generally only available where you are represented by a lawyer and have reasonable prospect of settling the case early. If you still wish to claim trial, the CCR process assists to note issues in dispute and then allocate trial dates in an efficient manner. If you wish to plead guilty, but you disagree with the facts set out in the Statement of Facts or Mitigation Plea, the CCR process may facilitate a resolution.