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Mark Duggan inquest: timetable for legal submissions, last evidence and summing up
28 November 2013
The final days of the inquest into the death of Mark Duggan begin with oral legal submissions to be heard on Friday 29 November. These will take place without the jury present but are open to the public - although the usual restrictions on reporting in the absence of the jury will apply.
The last of the evidence will be heard on Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 December, with a site visit planned for Monday as well. The coroner will then begin his summing up on Wednesday 4, due to last into Thursday.
Full details available on the Mark Duggan inquest website
‘l can not thank you all enough for the help and support you have given us over our terrible loss. If it wasn’t for INQUEST, we would not have been able to deal with the faults of the prison system, and try and make some changes. Once again thank you all and thank you for being there if ever l needed to speak to someone.’
– Mother of a young man who died in prison