property rights, Arkansas regulations, medical examiners, coroners, crowners, quasi-property
It is doubtful that Hulon Rupert Austin woke up on the day of March 7, 1986 and expected it to be his last. March 7 was a typical day—a workday—that started with a simple drive to a job site with his co-worker. A day that began so unremarkably ended with his co-worker looking up from where he was working to see “Austin lying on the ground.”
Dead Men Tell no Tales: Arkansas’s Grave Failure to Honor Its Constituents’ Postmortem Quasi-Property Right,
74 Ark. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/alr/vol74/iss3/7
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