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The institution of the coroners or medical examiners remains a complex balancing of public and private rights in examining suspicious deaths and bringing to light the means of making society safer. This unique book, now in its third edition, covers the substantive and procedural areas of the law of inquests as well as the legislation and jurisprudence from each of the twelve jurisdictions in Canada. It also raises questions surrounding the complex issue of whether inquests should be conducted by doctors or lawyers, and the increasing complexity and prolixity of inquests.