How can I get a copy of a coroner's report?
Copies of autopsy and other reports are available following completion of our investigation. If requested, a copy of any or all reports will be provided to the deceased person’s next-of-kin at no charge. When only a limited examination has been performed, reports may be available within a few days. However when an autopsy has been performed, reports usually are not available for four to eight weeks. We will let you know when we expect the reports to be completed and, if you wish, will notify you when they are available. By Ohio law, reports of our findings are public records. In releasing these and other records, the Clark County Coroner’s Office follows the requirements of the Ohio Public Records Act and of Ohio Revised Code 313.10.

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3. How can I get a copy of a coroner's report?