12KBW pupil Corinne Novell gives an update on this case and the outcome of the Court of Appeal hearing, in which challenges were brought with regard to Article 2 and seeking a fresh inquest.
Category: Article 2 Inquests
Morahan v HM Assistant Coroner for West London
In this article, pupil Rebecca Henshaw discusses the recent appeal judgment in Morahan, which deals with the issue of when the enhanced investigative duty under Article 2 of the ECHR will be automatically engaged in an inquest.
Dove v HM Coroner for Teesside and Hartlepool  EWHC 1738 (Admin)
In this article, Richard Ive discusses the case of Dove v HM Coroner for Teesside and Hartlepool  EWHC 1738 (Admin), which raises important questions relating to Article 2 (the right to life).
R (Morahan) v HM Coroner for West London  EWHC 1603 (Admin)
In this article, Ed Ramsay discusses the recent case of Morahan, which deals with the issue of when the enhanced investigative duty under Article 2 of the ECHR will be automatically engaged in an inquest.
R (on the application of Maughan) v Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner for Oxfordshire  UKSC 46
In this blog Edward Ramsay and David Sharpe QC discuss the landmark appeal to the Supreme Court (‘UKSC’) which considered the appropriate standard of proof to be applied when determining coronial conclusions of suicide (and unlawful killing). By a majority, the UKSC dismissed the appeal, holding that the standard of proof for all conclusions at an inquest is the balance of probabilities.