work with the American Bar Association to determine how the 1954 model legislation could be updated with state systems to incorporate scientific advances of the last 50 years (Victor Weedn). Efforts to abolish coroner systems in Georgia were propelled by the Georgia Association of County Commissioners, which passed a resolution to eliminate the coroner offices on the basis of cost and inefficiency (however, the elimination of coroner offices has not been realized) (Kris Sperry).



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