Coroner – Inquest. The mother of Mark Duggan, who had been shot dead by a police officer, sought judicial review of the jury's finding that he had been 'lawfully killed'. The Divisional Court, in dismissing the application, held that the argument that lawful killing as a conclusion was available only if the jury concluded that there had been no civil wrong was inconsistent with the statutory regime governing inquests and that the procedural obligation under art 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights had not been violated. Further, the jury could not have done other than conclude that the officer had feared an imminent attack.