(55 ILCS 5/3-3026)
(from Ch. 34, par. 3-3026)
Summoning witnesses; subpoenas.
The coroner shall
have power to summon, or cause to be summoned, and compel the attendance of
all such witnesses whose testimony may probably be requisite to the proving
of any fact or circumstance relating to the object of such his inquest, and
to administer to such witnesses the proper oath.
If the coroner is unable to secure records or documents he deems necessary
to complete the investigation required by Section 3-3013, or for the
establishing or proving of any fact or circumstance relating to the object
of his inquest, he shall appear before the circuit judge of the county for
which he is coroner and, upon good cause shown, said judge shall issue a
subpoena for the delivery to the coroner of the documents or records requested.
(Source: P.A. 86-962.)