Is the Inquest private to the family?

Is the Inquest private to the family?

No. All inquests are held in public. Journalists may attend especially if it is “news worthy” material and be published in the daily or local papers depending on the public interest and importance. Suicide notes and personal letters will not be read out unless they have to be, but although every attempt is made to avoid any upset to people’s private lives, sometimes, in the interests of justice, it may be unavoidable.

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Posted: July 24, 2008 at 7:24 pm


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