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Video: inquest – giving evidence at a coroner’s court

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Inquests requiring the evidence of social workers are becoming more commonplace, especially where the death concerns a child. So at some stage during your career as a professional you are likely to find yourself involved in a coroner’s inquest. Whether that is by way of supporting a family or being called as a witness to […]

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