Examples of inquest in a Sentence
The court has ordered an inquest into his death.
the police conducted an inquest into the case
Recent Examples of inquest from the Web
Justice Boyle’s handling of the inquest findings was inconclusive.
An official inquest focused on the theater owners, the architect, and city officials, who in turn were quick to point fingers, including at the victims themselves.
With a mix of panic and shock engulfing the Dutch, Spain held on for a famous win as inquests were held across the pitch with referee Webb.
Franklin County Coroner Dan Blasdel pushed for two years to hold a public inquest into the death.
Valverde was heavily criticised in the aftermath of the game as the inquest into Barça's elimination began.
Her son, Angus, said after the inquest that his mom had been very upset that her ovaries had been removed – in addition to being in a tremendous amount of pain.
An inquest completed in 2017 found that the Eighth Amendment directly contributed to Halappanavar’s death.
After an inquest into Thomas' death, jail officials were charged, and Armor has been charged with falsifying inmates' medical records.
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INQUEST Defined for English Language Learners
law : an official investigation to find the reason for something (such as a person's death)
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