"If an inquest
is going to be heard closer to the community, it should be heard by coroners from Oxford or Wiltshire, not by the local coroner, because the Oxford and Wiltshire coroners carry the required expertise with them.
Q: Why does there have to be an inquest
into Diana's death?
's WORK SINCE THE EARLY 1980S WITH FAMILIES BEREAVED AFTER DEATHS in custody in the U.K.
From 1999 to 2004, newspapers across Canada covered the coroner's inquest
into the death of Lana Dale Lewis, who suffered a fatal stroke in Toronto, Ontario on September 12, 1996.
TORONTO -- Community Living Ontario again issued a call for an inquest
into deaths of residents of Oaklands Regional Centre after the second death within a year of a resident of the institution.
A COVENTRY couple looking for justice over the death of their son say they will never get over what happened but are hoping for some answers from an inquest
THE Royal Coroner is fighting for a change in the law which could PREVENT an inquest
into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales from taking place.
Yet, as the author argues, few people, including mediaeval historians, have fully mastered the subtleties and complexities of the 'book' and the 'inquest
' which gave rise to it, 'The Domesday inquest
attests a king working with his barons and with the shires to a common end, albeit with an eye to striking as hard a bargain as he could'.
LOBBYING FROM BELOW: INQUEST
IN DEFENCE OF CIVIL LIBERTIES.
Because of the volume of cases in Housing Court, it is quite easy to settle a case or conduct an inquest
without collecting legal fees.
'This is because the inquest
on the death of Muhammad Adib, which began in February, is proceeding smoothly,' she said in response to the insistence of Parti Bumiputera Perkasa Malaysia (Putra) yesterday that the government set up an RCI immediately with the reason that the current inquest
was now in doubt.
A senior coroner has urged more than 100 legal experts to always put the family at the heart of an inquest