Inquests in England and Wales

Inquests in England and Wales are held into sudden and unexplained deaths and also into the circumstances of discovery of a certain class of valuable artefacts known as "treasure trove". In England and Wales inquests are the responsibility of a coroner.

Read more about Inquests In England And WalesWhere An Inquest Is Needed, Juries, Scope of Inquest, Procedure, Verdict, Reform

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