No, California law does not require an autopsy for a known suicide. If the death is suspicious or reasons for death are unknown, an autopsy is required.
Any unattended death requires an autopsy
A hasty autopsy was done at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas. A second autopsy was done at Bethesda Naval Hospital outside Washington, DC.
In most states, it is the law that people who die in sudden or unexpected ways be given an autopsy. The reason for this is so that the coroner can rule out foul play, or murder.
The law requires that people who drive to pay for the accidents they cause.
An autopsy is not required when a person has been under physicians care in a medical facility at the time of death. The exceptions would be, if the cause of death cannot be determined or if there is reason to believe negligence or a criminal act (such as assisted suicide) is involved. Immediate family members have the legal right to request an autopsy if they so choose whether the attending physician is in agreement or not.
Yes. Texas law requires a motorcycle have a mirror, but as far as I know, it does not require two mirrors nor does it specify which side the mirror should be on.
There is no adultery law in Texas.
Not usually. However, if there is any suspicion surrounding the death, the policy may not be paid before completion of an autopsy. The life insurance policy should state whether or not the company can request an autopsy.
It would be pretty standard to do an autopsy on any death that was murder or suicide. It would require special circumstances in most jurisdictions for there not to be one on a child.
It only appears that way if there is going to be an autopsy, and even then you could use an evidence sheet http://health.howstuffworks.com/autopsy4.htm
As far as I know, the only people that have to register in Texas are sexual offenders. So if the felony that was committed is a sex crime, then yes, you have to register. -Police officer
Autopsies are not generally "required" in any state by law. However, the autopsy is a tool the Medical Examiner uses to determine the cause of Death: Homicide. Accidental. Natural Causes. This way the police have more information on the victim to best bring justice to the family. Now, an autopsy is sometimes "requested" by a Life Insurance Provider before the release of any benefits. Also, the victims family can "request" an auotopsy not be performed because of religious reasons. However, an autopsy is not always needed if the person died from a diagnosed terminal illness, and has been in the care of a physician. In any case whether autopsies is performed or not performed is ususally up to the family.
Texas does not require mongoose to be licensed. It does not fall under the wild animals laws or acts in Texas.
Texas does not require gun registration.
Texas Law Review was created in 1922.
To quote Texas law, "If no candidate for a particular office receives the vote necessary to be elected in an election requiring a majority vote, a runoff election for that office is required." Since originally answering this question, I have learned that in the case of elections governed by Texas state law rather than local law only primaries require a majority vote.
Yes, the University of Texas at Austin School of Law: http://www.utexas.edu/law/
Massachusetts School of Law in Andover, MA does not require the LSAT.
No, Texas does not require handgun registration.
Texas does not require handgun registration.
You ask an autopsier to do an autopsy
a standard autopsy is between $2000 and $6000 a virtual autopsy is about $1000