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TITLE III

THE CORONER AND OTHER OFFICERS

CHAPTER 1. THE CORONER

Art. 101. Abolition of coroner's jury and inquest; investigation by coroner

The coroner's jury and inquest are abolished.

The coroner shall conduct an investigation concerning the manner and cause of any death when informed that death has resulted from violence or accident, or under suspicious circumstances.

The coroner may conduct an investigation concerning the medical aspects of any case that may involve medical evidence and in which there is a reasonable probability that a criminal statute has been violated and shall do so when ordered by the court. This order may be issued ex parte by the court either on its own motion or on application by the district attorney.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp101

TITLE III

THE CORONER AND OTHER OFFICERS

CHAPTER 1. THE CORONER

Art. 101. Abolition of coroner's jury and inquest; investigation by coroner

The coroner's jury and inquest are abolished.

The coroner shall conduct an investigation concerning the manner and cause of any death when informed that death has resulted from violence or accident, or under suspicious circumstances.

The coroner may conduct an investigation concerning the medical aspects of any case that may involve medical evidence and in which there is a reasonable probability that a criminal statute has been violated and shall do so when ordered by the court. This order may be issued ex parte by the court either on its own motion or on application by the district attorney.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp101

TITLE III

THE CORONER AND OTHER OFFICERS

CHAPTER 1. THE CORONER

Art. 101. Abolition of coroner's jury and inquest; investigation by coroner

The coroner's jury and inquest are abolished.

The coroner shall conduct an investigation concerning the manner and cause of any death when informed that death has resulted from violence or accident, or under suspicious circumstances.

The coroner may conduct an investigation concerning the medical aspects of any case that may involve medical evidence and in which there is a reasonable probability that a criminal statute has been violated and shall do so when ordered by the court. This order may be issued ex parte by the court either on its own motion or on application by the district attorney.

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