Specifications include, but are not limited to: The Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet is required by Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS 72.235)to provide facilities and personnel for studies and examinations that are deemed necessary for medicolegal death investigation of a coroner’s case (KRS 72.405) in order to determine the cause and mannerof death (KRS 72.410) in service to public health, the criminal justice system, and vital statistics. In somecases, these studies and examinations require special expertise in and comprehensive, detailed knowledgeof the anatomy and pathology of the human nervous system and related structures. For this service,a medically licensed physician Neuropathologist, who is certified by the American Board of Pathology(ABP) [www.abpath.org] in Anatomic Pathology and in the subspecialty of Neuropathology (hereinafterreferred to as board-certified neuropathologist) with adequate experience in diagnostic and medico legalneuropathology (additional training, board-certification, and experience in forensic pathology are highlydesirable), may be required during the investigative stage and as an expert witness in various legalproceedings, including a court of law. Specifically, these services are to be conducted at the request ofand in consultation with Kentucky Medical Examiners (KRS 72.220) performing examinations authorized byKentucky Coroners. Provision of these services is required as defined by Kentucky Revised Statue (KRS72.210-72.275).