King's or Queen's coroner and attorney

King's or Queen's coroner and attorney
King's (Queen's) coroner and attorney
In England, an officer of the court of king's (or queen's) bench, usually called "the master of the crown office," whose duty it was to file informations at the suit of a private subject by direction of the court. 4 Bl.Comm. 308, 309. The office is now merged in that of Master of the Crown Office

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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