Recent Examples of medical examiner from the Web
Recently, however, students at the New York Academy of Art helped a Tuscon, Arizona, medical examiner’s office take a step toward naming some of the nameless by reconstructing the faces of eight migrants.
The medical examiner’s office said Rahim had been an exceptional employee and would be considered for re-hiring.
As of Wednesday, the cause of death had not yet been determined by the medical examiner’s office pending toxicology tests.
Homicide investigators and the medical examiner said questions raised about the autopsy in no way changed their opinion about Zahau's suicide.
The divers later found a man in the water, and he was taken to the state medical examiner’s office.
The cause of death has not been determined pending toxicology tests, according to the medical examiner’s office.
During the arguments the Alabama Attorney General's office stated an independent medical examiner's report showed that, contrary to claims made on Hamm's behalf, the veins in his legs were suitable and and presented no obstacle to the execution.
Among his illnesses, Schmitz had a history of encephalopathy — progressive loss of memory and cognitive ability — and was unable to care for himself, according to a medical examiner's report.
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: a public official who examines the bodies of dead people to find the cause of death
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