How do I find marriage records in California?
Public marriage records are available from the county recorder in the county where the license was issued. Confidential marriage records are available only through the county clerk in the county where the license was issued.
Can you do an autopsy on ashes?
Once cremated, the body is reduced to non organic and any natural elements it contained. Bone is pulverized to the size of grains of sand. This is why it is nearly impossible to determine the cause of death from cremated remains.
What type of heart attack kills instantly?
The most common life-threatening arrhythmia is ventricular fibrillation, which is an erratic, disorganized firing of impulses from the ventricles (the heart’s lower chambers). When this occurs, the heart is unable to pump blood and death will occur within minutes, if left untreated.
Can someone just drop dead?
If you’ve ever heard of or known someone who suffers a “sudden death”, it can be quite a disturbing story. Many times, what seems to be a relatively young and healthy person can just “drop dead”. Known as sudden cardiac death (SCD), it is a sudden, unexpected death caused when the heart stops functioning.
How often is cause of death unknown?
Approximately 5% of cases reportedly remain unknown after a complete autopsy. With this in mind, we sought to examine the frequency of deaths in which both the cause and manner are unknown after complete forensic examination and autopsy.
Do they always do an autopsy when someone dies?
No, in fact, most people do not get an autopsy when they die. In cases of suspicious deaths, the medical examiner or coroner can order an autopsy to be performed, even without the consent of the next of kin.