coroner's inquest


coroner's inquest
юр сле́дствие ко́ронера (и специальной коллегии присяжных)

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  • Coroner's inquest — Inquest In quest, n. [OE. enqueste, OF. enqueste, F. enqu[^e]te, LL. inquesta, for inquisita, fr. L. inquisitus, p. p. of inquirere. See {Inquire}.] 1. Inquiry; quest; search. [R.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] The laborious and vexatious inquest that… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Coroner's inquest — Coroner Cor o*ner (k?r ? n?r), n. [From OE. coronen to crown, OF. coroner, fr. L. coronare, fr. corona crown. Formed as a translation of LL. coronator coroner, fr. L. corona crown, the coroner having been originally a prosecuting officer of the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • coroner's inquest — coroner s inquest, an investigation of the cause of a person s death, held by a coroner, usually with the aid of a jury. The verdict of the jury is not conclusive, but if crime is involved, it may be the basis for a criminal prosecution …   Useful english dictionary

  • coroner's inquest — An inquisition or examination into the causes and circumstances of any death happening by violence or under suspicious conditions, held by the coroner with the assistance of a jury. See also inquest …   Black's law dictionary

  • coroner's inquest — An inquisition or examination into the causes and circumstances of any death happening by violence or under suspicious conditions, held by the coroner with the assistance of a jury. See also inquest …   Black's law dictionary

  • coroner's inquest — See inquest …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • inquest — in·quest / in ˌkwest/ n [Anglo French enqueste, from Old French, ultimately from Latin inquirere to ask about, from in within, into + quaerere to seek] 1: a judicial or official inquiry or examination often before a jury a coroner s inquest… …   Law dictionary

  • coroner — cor·o·ner / kȯr ə nər/ n [Anglo French, recorder of crown pleas, from corone crown]: a public officer whose principal duty is to inquire by an inquest into the cause of death when there is reason to think the death may not be due to natural… …   Law dictionary

  • Inquest — In quest, n. [OE. enqueste, OF. enqueste, F. enqu[^e]te, LL. inquesta, for inquisita, fr. L. inquisitus, p. p. of inquirere. See {Inquire}.] 1. Inquiry; quest; search. [R.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] The laborious and vexatious inquest that the soul …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Inquest of office — Inquest In quest, n. [OE. enqueste, OF. enqueste, F. enqu[^e]te, LL. inquesta, for inquisita, fr. L. inquisitus, p. p. of inquirere. See {Inquire}.] 1. Inquiry; quest; search. [R.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] The laborious and vexatious inquest that… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Coroner — Cor o*ner (k?r ? n?r), n. [From OE. coronen to crown, OF. coroner, fr. L. coronare, fr. corona crown. Formed as a translation of LL. coronator coroner, fr. L. corona crown, the coroner having been originally a prosecuting officer of the crown.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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