Inquests: Preparation, advocacy and PFDs

In the first of a two-part article, Richard Partridge provides guidance to those representing interested parties ‘Failures within a hospital are usually multifactorial and can only be adequately interpreted by an expert in such a field and environment and after all the evidence is called and properly examined.’ This article is aimed at providing basic, …
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Cases Referenced

  • R (Amin) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2004] 1 AC 653
  • R (McLeish) v HM Coroner for the Northern District of Greater London[2004] 2 AC 182
  • R (Middleton) v West Somerset Coroner [2004] 2 AC 182
  • R (Takoushis v HM Coroner for Inner North London [2006] 1 WLR 461
  • R v Inner West London Coroner ex parte Dallaglio [1994] All ER 139)
  • R v North Humberside Coroner ex p Jamieson[1995] QB 1 CA
  • R v South London Coroner ex p Thompson[1982] 126 SJ 625