Traducción de coroner en Español:

coroner

Pronunciación /ˈkɔrənər//ˈkɑrənər//ˈkɒr(ə)nə/

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    funcionario encargado de investigar las causas de muertes violentas, repentinas o sospechosas
    juez de instrucción masculino
    • At an inquest last month the coroner said a police inquiry should be held.
    • These will likely lead to a coroner's inquest to determine the cause of the one fatality.
    • The families have secured a commitment from the government that a coroner's inquest will be held into the deaths.
    • The men are suspended at present and still face possible disciplinary proceedings as well as a coroner's inquest.
    • At the inquest into the deaths the coroner had criticised fire safety standards in British furniture.
    • Officers are investigating what happened on behalf of the coroner, before an inquest takes place.
    • There has been no request from a coroner to investigate a suspicious death.
    • Police are preparing a report for the coroner and an inquest will be held.
    • The function of the coroner's inquest is to establish the cause of death, not to apportion blame.
    • The circumstances of the two deaths will be passed to the coroner so that inquests can be held.
    • At her inquest, the coroner recorded an open verdict because he was not convinced she intended to kill herself.
    • It has been referred to the coroner for the inquest to go ahead.
    • If the State pathologist confirms a death is due to unnatural causes the coroner must hold an inquest by law.
    • Officers from the police and fire services are compiling a report which will be passed to the coroner for an inquest.
    • The matter has now been referred to the coroner and an inquest into the death will be held in due course.
    • Mr Fell consulted coroners around Britain and has been told of another death in Liverpool, last year, where it is claimed that a staple gun misfired.
    • The Cumbrian police spokesman said the death was not being treated as suspicious and the coroner had been informed.
    • Dame Janet said that in the minds of coroners, if a death was not immediately identified as suspicious, it will be found to be due to natural causes.
    • Police have ruled out suspicious circumstances and the matter has been passed to the coroner for an inquest.
    • The full police file would be passed to the coroner for an inquest.