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An inquest is a court hearing presided over by a Coroner in which the circumstances surrounding a death are examined. An inquest is usually open to the public.

During an inquest witnesses are called to give evidence and exhibits are produced to enable the Coroner to make findings in relation to the death. More information about inquests.

Last updated: 15-Jan-2014

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