Retired Detective Superintendent Andrew Tattersall discusses the ninth stage in a murder investigation. This miscellaneous stage is all about evidence gathering and file preparation to help the case to court. During this stage, there are many inquiries including the coroner's inquest, case reviews, and independent inquires.
The Criminal Investigation Process: Stage 9
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