View the Coroner's inquest list
The Coroner's inquest lists
There are two ways that an Inquest can be concluded.
The first is an inquest concluded in a public hearing, conducted by a coroner in the Coroner’s Court, which seeks to establish who the deceased was and how, when and where they came by their death. A conclusion is then reached as to the death.
The second is an inquest concluded in writing in the Coroner’s Office where there is no dispute raised about who the deceased was and how, when and where they came by their death. The coroner will have deemed there are no reasonable grounds to object to such a conclusion, having considered the views of any properly interested person, and that there is no public interest served by holding a hearing in the Coroner’s Court.