Inquests: Preparation advocacy and PFDs

Richard Partridge concludes his advice on representing interested parties, in the second part of his article on the coronial process ‘The key to any advocacy, more important than structured, detailed questioning for witnesses, is thorough factual preparation.’ The first part of this article looked at preparation, expert witnesses and applying for adjournments when the coronial …
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Cases Referenced

  • Calvert v HM Coroner for Inner North London [2009] EWHC 661 Admin
  • Jordan v Lord Chancellor [2007] 2 AC 226
  • R (Bodycote HIP Ltd) v HM Coroner for Herefordshire [2008] EWHC 164
  • R (Smith) v Oxford Coroner [2008] ILR 44
  • R v Coventry Coroner ex parte The Chief Constable of Staffordshire (2000) 164 JP 665