Pen portraits have frequently been used by families in inquests to provide a reflection of the person in life rather than in death.

In inquests heard by a coroner and a jury, photographs and other imagery of the circumstances of the death may well form part of the evidence placed before the court. In such circumstances, families may well wish to include some photographs or imagery from the life of the deceased.  Dr Anton van Dellen sits as an Assistant Coroner in West London.

Guidance No. 41

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