After the adjourned Coroner’s Court, I had made a complaint to the Lord Chief Justice detailing my dissatisfaction with the actions of the Chief Coroner. (See Post dated 22 Oct 2018). The Complaints officer Martin McMullan dismissed it on the grounds that it did not meet the code set down by the Lord Chief Justice as”it was not about the personal conduct of Mr Leckey it would not fall to be investigated under the code.”
It seemed to me that the Lord Chief Justice had no interest in the behaviour of the Coroner in his Coronial duties but only if he followed a criminal or immoral career when not on duty.
On 30th November 2015 I decided to try again.
This post will consist only of my submission to him and then the following posts will detail the fallout from his response.
The next post will continue with the Lord Chief Justice’s response.