A non-exhaustive list of decisions relevant to the coronial jurisdiction.
Atkinson v Morrow  QCA 353; 1 Qd R 397 (05/4253) Brisb McPherson JA Cullinane J Jones J 23/09/2005
Magistrates - Coroners - the Coroner and the Coroner's Court - Proceedings at inquest or inquiry – inquest into the death of person who died shortly after being left by police in a remote area – whether coroner exceeded his jurisdiction – whether evidence of senior police officer should have been admitted – whether senior police officer required to give evidence at inquest.
Attorney-General for the State of Queensland v Barnes & Anor  QCA 152
Appeal and new trial – practice and procedure – Queensland – Time for appeal – Extension of time – General principles as to grant or refusal – where the first respondent conducted an inquest into the deaths of two women – where the second respondent was committed to stand trial on a charge of unlawful killing – where the decision to commit the second respondent to stand trial was set aside on judicial review – where the applicant/appellant intervened in the judicial review proceeding – where the applicant/appellant seeks an extension of time to appeal against the substantive decision on the ground that the trial judge erred in his analysis of the first respondent’s findings regarding the admissibility of lies – where there was some explanation for the delay – where there was no real prejudice to the respondent – where there were no real prospects of success on appeal – whether an extension of time should be granted.
Appeal and new trial – practice and procedure – Queensland – powers of the court – costs – where the applicant/appellant intervened in the judicial review proceeding overturning the first respondent’s decision to commit the second respondent to stand trial – where costs were awarded against the applicant/appellant – whether the trial judge erred in applying irrelevant criteria in exercising his discretion as to costs – whether the trial judge erred in awarding costs against the applicant/appellant rather than the State – whether the appeal against costs should be allowed.