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Medical accountability presents functional criminal suggestion through highlighting real-life healthcare case experiences and place of work examples. It seems to be particularly on the components of responsibility, the criminal procedure, what constitutes a felony declare introduced through the sufferer, and the obligation of care and the way it truly is measured. It assists and publications wellbeing and fitness pros in knowing their criminal responsibilities and the consequences for coping with possibility.
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His wife, Primrose, worked as a part-time receptionist. Suspicions about him started to emerge in 1997. Staff at Massey’s undertakers had begun to notice that they were performing a lot of funerals where the deceased were older ladies who lived alone, were not noticeably ill previously and had been found dead either by Dr Shipman himself or shortly after he had visited them. At the same time doctors at the Brooke Surgery, a joint practice across the road from Shipman’s surgery, were also concerned about the number of deaths at his surgery, compared to the number of deaths at their own surgery.
There was no one to compare notes with. Even when the undertakers and other doctors 46 CLINICAL RESPONSIBILITY noticed an anomalous number of deaths, because Shipman had forged medical records there was no evidence to warrant a more thorough investigation. Once the facts were known, many more put two and two together about events surrounding the deaths of their own relatives. Police considered further charges. It was reported early in 2000 that the police were investigating 192 deaths. Although they had enough evidence to prosecute in at least 23 cases, it was decided not to prosecute.
The lay magistrates, or ‘Justices of the Peace’, as they are also known, are local people who volunteer their services. They are unpaid except for their expenses, do not have formal legal qualifications and are given legal and procedural advice by qualified clerks. District Judges are legally qualified, paid, full-time professional lawyers and are usually based in the larger cities. Magistrates deal with three kinds of cases. 1 Summary offences. These are less serious cases, such as motoring offences and minor assaults, where the defendant is not entitled to trial by jury.