It remains unknown whether the men will give evidence to the inquest, such as via a video link.
Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose,an inquest heard today.
Now that one has, Lagarde's French lawyer is saying the inquest is “in no way incompatible” with her job at the IMF.
It is going to be very important for public confidence that the inquest is as transparent as possible.
But once the national sadness lifts, the inquest will begin.
A coroner's inquest was accordingly held upon the body, and a verdict of "Found dead" returned.
It was with unusual relish that he read the account of an inquest on himself.
In the second, several newspapers reported the child as dead, though the records of the inquest soon corrected that error.
"Seal it up and put it away in your safe till the inquest tomorrow," he said.
If possible, I should induce him to have Mrs. Pattmore's body exhumed and an inquest held upon it.
late 13c., an-queste "legal or judicial inquiry," from Old French enqueste "inquiry," from Vulgar Latin *inquaestia (cf. Italian inchiesta), from fem. past participle of Vulgar Latin *inquirere "inquire" (see inquire).
inquest in·quest (ĭn'kwěst')
A legal inquiry into the cause of violent or mysterious death.
The finding based on such an inquiry.