- Jul 6, 2019
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Would any autopsy only take so long if there were multiple injuries present or the indiction of a current injury and also many past injuries? Or do some just take this long, depending on where they are done and other circumstances, even when someone just drowns, dies by accident, or the cause of death can be immediately known? What is the average time of a typical autopsy compared with to one foul play? Is this one taking so long because it may involve foul play? Just from any previous cases, does any one know if waiting on DNA results from a body make it last longer? Just asking about the lengths of autopsies and what can make them vary in time, not just in this case, but any. It feels like I don't recall any without foul play that take this long. Just my own observation, of course.