Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 23. County Government and Officers § 23-1822. Death during apprehension or custody; county coroner; duties
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In each instance when the county coroner is given notice in accordance with section 23-1821, the coroner or coroner's physician shall perform an examination, a test, or an autopsy as he or she may deem necessary to establish, by a reasonable degree of medical certainty, the cause or causes of death and shall thereafter certify the cause or causes of death to the presiding judge of the district court.
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