coronial


Also found in: Medical.

coronial

(kəˈrəʊnɪəl)
adj
(Law) of or relating to a coroner
References in periodicals archive ?
The Trust is unable to comment further whilst coronial proceedings are ongoing.
Ministry of Justice Chief Executive Andrew Bridgman says the Ministry will be reviewing the coronial findings.
A report dated December 15, 2015, by the authority's legal and democratic services director said the plan would have "the potential to make savings through economies of scale and allow full-time coroners to focus entirely on their coronial duties to develop their skills and experiences fully.
The publication added the coronial investigation into Tuesday's fatal crash will centre on whether Whitall was on methadone or other drugs at the time of the accident as well as if he was using a mobile phone.
In submissions for the coroner opposing the families' application, his barrister Peter Skelton QC said it was an important distinction in law that coronial and criminal processes were entirely separate.
A coronial inquest found this year that the 22-year-old woman, known only by her last name Dhu, suffered a catastrophic deterioration of her health and died of complications arising from septicaemia.
NZNO POLICY adviser Maori Leanne Manson wants a stronger commitment to mandatory cultural competency training for health, coronial and emergency services.
Francis died in 2014 and the coronial investigation here in the UK has taken three years to conclude, but this is not the end - we know the Spanish police are continuing their work.
They address key concepts and processes that the bereaved experience, including effects on mental and physical health, effects on adolescents, gender aspects, posttraumatic growth after suicide, guilt, loss and the search for meaning, and reintegration, with clinical vignettes for illustration; suicide bereavement support in relation to general practices, the workplace, online, support groups, peer counseling, forensic and coronial services, and other settings, as well as the role of religion and spirituality; support in specific groups, such as for cluster-suicide and murder-suicide events, indigenous peoples, parents, and mental health professionals; and support in different countries in the Americas, Europe, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific.
Volunteers don't need any prior knowledge of the legal or coronial system, or a counselling qualification.
On the occasion Sector Commandant North Amir Kiyani, Commandant Bajaur Scouts Coronial Nayar Zaman, Political Agent Bajaur Agency Amir Khattak , Assistant Political Agent Tariq Ullah and other official of Political Administration and large number of Tribal Elders were present on the occasion.
He said the national coronial information service estimates that two people over 80 take their lives in Australia every week.