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Synonyms for coroner

a public official who investigates by inquest any death not due to natural causes

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The hearing on Sunday was postponed as the forensic doctor failed to appear in the court.
Popa" University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iasi; Senior Forensic Doctor, Institute of Forensic Medicine Iasi, Romania
When the car was moving it was caught in crossfire between the revolutionaries and Gaddafi forces in which he was hit by a bullet in the head," he said, adding that the forensic doctor could not tell if it came from the revolutionaries or from Gaddafi's forces.
Forensic Doctor Mohammed Ali Maslati on Friday said that the 40-years-old citizen Mohammad Akta'a Abdul-Razzaq, from Aleppo, died of an acute heart attack.
Rizal, a forensic doctor from Yogyakarta's police identification unit told Metro TV: "It is possible the death toll will rise as we continue to search for victims,".
The body was checked by a forensic doctor who confirmed that the death of the Ethiopian citizen was natural and there was not any suspicion of criminal, the security services added.
Some Kind of Angel: A Sneetz and Muldoon Thriller" follow a forensic doctor and investigative journalist as they try to solve the mystery of why millions of people have been dropping dead.
In announcing the decision to put together an investigative commission, the OAS said that the team would be led by a forensic doctor selected by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and that Prance, Spain, and Switzerland--as well as the International Red Cross--would be invited to designate specialists for the effort.
Sexual assault victims are served by just one forensic doctor in Galway.
After lengthy negotiations a forensic doctor ruled Reyes' illness was not serious enough to keep him from jail.
Cameron was examined by a forensic doctor yesterday.
A forensic doctor later told the parents that their son's injuries suggested he had been swung like a baseball bat and his head had struck something hard, the Edsons said.
Dr Jose Antonio Garcia Andrade, a forensic doctor and professor of psychiatry at Madrid University said that the killing resembled the work of Jack the Ripper.
The source said investigations were centered on the deceased's cellphone after a forensic doctor found no signs of previous abuse on her body.
Amnesty International saw reports by a forensic doctor at Riyak Hospital dated 1 and 2 July 2017 saying that the two men died of heart attacks and one of a stroke and that their bodies showed no signs of physical violence.
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