What is the cost for reports?

1 watermarked copy of autopsy and/or toxicology report is made available to the legal Next of Kin at no charge.

A fee is charged for additional copies to Next of Kin and/or outside legal/insurance entities at the following rates (if no pending criminal action). Insurance or legal entities must submit their request via letter on letterhead- all documents/photos are watermarked and cannot be copied:

Coroner's Investigative Report - $100

Autopsy Report - $500

Toxicology Report - $100

Case Photographs - $250 for first 50 photos; $250 for any additional photos beyond 50; $500 total max

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1. Who is the Coroner?
2. What are the duties of the Coroner?
3. Where is the jurisdiction of the Coroner?
4. Who notifies the Coroner's Office of a death?
5. Are all deaths reported to the Coroner?
6. Are all Coroner records available to the public?
7. How do I obtain a Coroner's Report? Autopsy Report? Toxicology Report?
8. What is the cost for reports?
9. Who can retrieve the personal effects recovered from a decedent?
10. Do I need to identify or can I view my loved one in the morgue?