When is a Jury at an Inquest?

When is a Jury at an Inquest?

Jury Inquests are quite rare. Currently the most famous Jury Inquest is that held in 2008 to inquire into the cause of death of Diana, Princess of Wales. A Jury Inquest will normally be held where:
• the death occurred in circumstances which may affect the health or safety of the public;
• the person died in prison;
• the death was caused by an occurrence that needs to be reported to a Government department;
• the coroner thinks it is necessary to have a jury.

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Posted: July 24, 2008 at 7:10 pm