Home Office pathologist

Home Office pathologist

A forensic pathologist who is fully registered with the GMC, has the relevant subspecialty training in forensic pathology, and conducts post-mortem examinations on decedents whose cause of death may have been violent or unexpected.
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Home Office pathologist Dr Philip Lumb concluded the cause of Mr Massey's death was 'a gunshot wound to the chest'.
Yesterday, Home Office pathologist Richard Shepherd told an inquest at Bootle Town Hall that he was still unable to record a cause of death for the 38-year-old, other than "unascertained".
A post-mortem was carried out at Alder Hey Hospital by Home Office pathologist Dr Bryan Rogers and consultant paediatric pathologist Dr George Kokai.
These stories are based on memoirs of the real secretary to the Home Office pathologist of the time.
That process is expected to be carried out in the coming days by a Home Office pathologist or specialist paediatric pathologist.
Dr Patel had also "failed to meet the standard expected of a Home Office pathologist" during the 2002 autopsy of a five-year-old girl.
A Home Office pathologist failed to find a cause of death following a post-mortem examination of Mr Williams' body.
Mr Robson was arrested and questioned in relation to the death and Home Office pathologist Dr Andrew Davidson contacted.
"A forensic post mortem examination will be carried out today by Home Office pathologist Prof Peter Vanezis to establish cause of death."
A post-mortem examination was due to be carried out by a Home Office pathologist later today.
Home Office pathologist, Dr Acland, who carried out the second postmortem examination, concluded some of the injuries were consistent with a heavy fall but said there was no convincing evidence of a direct assault, although it could not be discounted.
Home Office pathologist Stuart Hamilton said the medical evidence showed how the head injury had been inflicted.