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Random 'inquest FAQs', may be related to more specific topics, not general inquest topic.

INQUEST FAQs

UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF A CORONER.

Q: When is a death reported to a Coroner?
A: The death should be reported to the coroner if it was violent or unnatural.
Q: What is a Coroner?
A: The Coroner is responsible for investigating deaths in particular circumstances and can also arrange for a post-mortem examination of the body, if necessary.
Q: What happens after the Coroner is notified of a death?
A: The Coroner will usually deal with the case in one of three ways.
Q: What is the role of a coroner's officer?
A: Coroners’ Officers come from a variety of professional backgrounds. They work under the direction of the Coroner to investigate the circumstances of a death.
Q: What do I call the Coroner?
A: You can call the Coroner either Sir, Ma'am, or Madam.
Q: How do I confirm my court date, is it accurate?
A: Call the Family Court General Clerks Office at 631-740-8000 and provide the docket number to confirm a court date.

A POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE.

Q: What is a post-mortem examination?
A: A post-mortem examination is a medical examination of a body after death, carried out by a pathologist.
Q: What happens when the results of the Post-Mortem examination come back?
A: The Coroner will report the findings of the post-mortem examination to the family, and if the cause of death is determined to be natural, the Coroner's involvement will end. If the cause of death is determined to be unnatural, an inquest will be opened. The timescale for receiving the results of the post-mortem examination varies depending on the area, but the Coroner's Officer should be able to give you an estimate.
Q: What happens if samples are taken at Post-mortem Examination?
A: The pathologist may need to take samples from your relative's body for further testing. This testing process can take a while, depending on what type of analysis needs to be done. The Coroner's Officer should be able to give you an idea about timescales as they vary between Areas.
Q: Who orders a post-mortem or inquest?
A: A post-mortem is a medical examination of a body after death. It is usually carried out to find out how the person died. A post-mortem may be ordered by a coroner if the cause of death is potentially unnatural or unknown.

CORONER'S ROLE AND INQUEST PROCESS.

Q: What happens if the coroner decides to hold an inquest?
A: If someone dies in England or Wales, the Coroner must be notified.
Q: When is there a duty to hold an inquest?
A: If someone dies in a sudden, violent, or unnatural way, or in prison, the coroner will investigate.
Q: What is an inquest?
A: An inquest is a fact-finding inquiry to establish who has died, how, when and where the death occurred.
Q: What can you do if you are dissatisfied with the outcome of an inquest?
A: You can't just ask a coroner to change his mind. If you want to challenge his decision, you have to do so by means of an application to the High Court for judicial review or an application to the Attorney-General for a new inquest.
Q: Who could be called to give evidence at an Inquest?
A: The first steps as executor are to arrange the funeral and register the death, then ascertain the assets and liabilities of the deceased person.

AFTER SOMEONE DIES AND DURING INVESTIGATION.

Q: What happens when someone dies?
A: If someone dies in England or Wales, the death must be registered.
Q: What happens if somebody has been charged with causing the death?
A: If a person is sent for trial for causing a death, the inquest is adjourned until the criminal trial is over.
Q: What if future deaths may be prevented?
A: An inquest is a court hearing to determine the cause of death of a person.
Q: What will the Coroner do once a death has been referred?
A: In some cases, the coroner will review the available reports and determine that the person died of natural causes. In these cases, permission will be given to the GP or hospital doctor to issue the Medical Certificate of Cause of Death (MCCD), and relatives can then register the death and proceed with the funeral. In other cases, the coroner may need to conduct further inquiries, which could take longer.

WHO

Q: Who decides which witnesses to call?
A: The Coroner decides who should be called to give evidence as a witness, and the order in which they give evidence, but the Coroner will listen to representations made to him by “properly interested persons” as to who should be called.
Q: Who can ask witnesses questions?
A: The Coroner will question witnesses first, and then any other person or their legal representative. Questions must be relevant to the purpose of the inquest. Witnesses may refuse to answer questions which might incriminate themselves.
Q: What about questions involving divorce and/or separation?
A: The Supreme Court has the power to grant divorces, but the Family Court has the power to hear post-divorce proceedings concerning child support, custody, and visitation.

"PROPERLY INTERESTED PERSON" DEFINED?.

Q: Who is a properly interested person?
A: The Coroner decides who will be given properly interested person status.
Q: Who is a “Properly interested person”?
A: Inquests are not trials, and they are not meant to assign blame. They are simply investigations into the facts surrounding a death. Anyone with a "proper interest" in the case may question witnesses at the inquest.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I THINK

Q: What about organ donation?
A: If a death is referred to the coroner, organ donation can only take place if the coroner does not object to it.
Q: What if I have concerns about the death?
A: If you have concerns about your relative's death, please let us know as soon as possible. We may advise you to speak to another organisation, but this does not mean that your concerns are not valid. You can tell us about your concerns in writing by post or email, and we will consider them when investigating the death.
Q: What should I do if I have concerns about my relative/ friend’s treatment contributing to their death?
A: If you have concerns about the care your loved one is receiving in hospital, you should speak to the staff involved in their treatment, or the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS). If necessary, you can ask for an investigation.
Q: What should I do if I think the treatment was negligent and deserving of compensation?
A: If you are worried about the care you or a loved one has received, you can make a complaint or raise a concern with the NHS Trust or GP surgery involved. You can also contact the independent Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) for help and support. If you want to take further action, you may wish to seek independent advice from Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA).
Q: What should I do if I think individual health professionals’ poor practice contributed to the death and remains a risk to other patients?
A: If you have concerns about a health professional’s conduct, you can report this to the relevant independent regulator.

If you have concerns about a health professional’s conduct, you can report this to the relevant independent regulator. You can raise your concerns with us if you believe that a health professional’s conduct contributed to a patient safety incident or if you believe that a health professional’s conduct is a risk to patient safety.

You can raise your concerns
Q: What must I do to have my case reassigned to another judge or support magistrate?
A: File an application with the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court - Second Department.

INQUEST AND INVESTIGATION TAKE?.

Q: How long will the Inquest take?
A: An inquest is a public, fact-finding inquiry to establish the circumstances surrounding a death. The coroner will gather evidence from witnesses and interested parties, and the inquest may be held with or without a jury.
Q: Why don’t you post the actual PDF of the article you reviewed on the show?
A: No.
Q: How long will the coronial investigation into the death of my loved one take?
A: The coronial investigation process exists to help the coroner determine the identity of the deceased person and the cause of their death. The amount of time it takes to complete the process varies depending on the circumstances of the death and the investigations conducted.

HOW DO I OBTAIN A

Q: What do Coroners do?
A: A coroner is a person who investigates deaths that are sudden, violent, or of unknown cause. An inquest is a legal inquiry into a death. A coroner may refer a death to the police for investigation.
Q: How do I get a copy of the post mortem report?
A: The senior next of kin is entitled to receive copies of all documents kept on an active coroner's file without charge by making a written request. This includes the post mortem report, once it is received by the coroner.
Q: How do I file a petition in the Family Court (or modification, order of protection, motion, etc)?
A: Call the Probation Department to make an appointment to file a petition, or go to the Child Support Enforcement Bureau. You can also start many petitions yourself using the online Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Forms for Family Court.
Q: How do I postpone a case?
A: You may request a postponement (adjournment) of a matter in writing, upon notice to the opposing party. Your request must be submitted before the date of the scheduled appearance, and will be considered by the support magistrate or judge in the assigned part on the scheduled date. A request is not a guarantee of adjournment, you have not been excused from appearing - you are at risk.
Q: How do I obtain a copy of an order?
A: You can request copies of orders from the General Clerks Office in person or by mail.
Q: How do I contact the Child Support Enforcement Bureau (CSEB) to resolve a problem?
A: The CSEB is a government agency that helps people with child support issues.
Q: How do I obtain a “free” court appointed attorney (legal aid, “18b”)?
A: You may be eligible for a court appointed attorney if you are facing criminal charges and cannot afford to hire your own lawyer.
Q: How may I obtain a transcript of a proceeding?
A: You can get a transcript of a court proceeding by contacting the court where the proceeding took place and requesting one.

WHERE CAN

Q: What about other legal proceedings?
A: Inquest will normally follow civil proceedings.
Q: Where can I get independent advice and support about raising concerns?
A: There are many organisations that can provide information, advice and advocacy to people with disabilities and their carers. These organisations can provide support with a range of issues, including access to services, benefits, housing, education, employment and transport.
Q: How can I support the shows?
A: The show is not "desperate for content" and there is a process to come on the show. Just listening is the best support you can provide.
Q: Where can i get more information about the coroner’s proceedings?
A: The coroner’s office will have the most up-to-date information on recent deaths in your area.

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