He had no pulse and did not respond to frantic first aid measures, the medical examiner wrote.
A medical examiner who would confuse the two of them should be sacked.
As we looked around, I recalled something Bruce Parks, the medical examiner, had told me.
But the medical examiner reported that Brinsley had eaten nothing at all.
When the body of Johnson was exhumed, the medical examiner was acutely chagrined when six .22 caliber rounds were removed from it.
He goes before the medical examiner with the fear that he may learn something disagreeable.
Give me an application blank and round up a medical examiner.
As the medical examiner said, it was an accident any six-year-old child would have known enough about electricity to avoid.
Of many of these societies, as well as of the Plasterers' Union, he was the medical examiner.
Approval of the medical examiner must be secured before registration is permitted.
medical examiner n.
A physician officially authorized by a governmental unit to ascertain causes of deaths, especially those not occurring under natural circumstances.
A physician who examines employees of a particular firm or applicants for life insurance.