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What does a Coroner do?

A Coroner is a type of judge with a legal (and often medical) background who is independently appointed by the Lord Chancellor and the Chief Coroner for England and Wales (not the Crown). Their role is to find out who, when, where and how the person died for official records as well as for the benefit of the bereaved. They cover a specific geographical area.

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