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Examination of convicted person's body and certificate
Correction (COR) CHAPTER 43, ARTICLE 22-B
§ 661. Examination of convicted person's body and certificate. 1.
Immediately after the execution an examination of the body of the
convicted person shall be made by the licensed physicians present at the
execution and their report in writing stating the nature of the
examination and occurrence of death, so made by them, shall be annexed
to the certificate provided for in subdivision two of this section and
filed therewith.

2. The commissioner shall prepare and sign a certificate setting forth
the time and place of the execution and stating that the execution was
conducted in conformity to the sentence of the court and the provisions
of this article. The commissioner shall cause the certificate to be
filed, within ten days after the execution, with the office of clerk of
the court in which the conviction was had.

3. The commissioner may appoint a deputy with the department to
execute the warrant of execution and to perform all other duties imposed
upon the commissioner under this article.