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Research Question

Photo by Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times

The Hall of Justice, closed after the Northridge earthquake. 
The Daily Mirror has been contacted by an established writer working on his first novel who would like to interview anyone who worked in the coroner’s office when it was in the Hall of Justice. In case you’re wondering, that would be prior to 1972, when the Los Angeles County coroner’s office opened its facility on Mission Road. If you know anyone, please e-mail me. Thanks! 
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