Office of Coroner Law and Legal Definition
The office of coroner originated in medieval England for keeping local records of legal proceedings in which the crown had jurisdiction.
At common law the office of coroner was one of great dignity. Its jurisdiction was quite extensive, the limits of which have been the subject of conflicting opinions. [Palenzke v. Bruning, 98 Ill. App. 644 (Ill. App. Ct. 1901)].
Legal Definition list
- Office of Consumer Litigation
- Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations [HUD]
- Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs [Department of Labor]
- Office of Community Services [OCS]
- Office of Community Planning and Development [HUD]
- Office of Coroner
- Office of Departmental Equal Employment [HUD]
- Office of Diplomatic Law and Litigation [L/DL] [Department of State]
- Office of Disability Employment Policy-ODEP [Department of Labor]
- Office of Dispute Resolution for Acquisition
- Office of Dispute Resolution [Department of Justice]