The coroner may issue subpoenas within his county for witnesses, returnable forthwith, or at such time and place as he therein directs; and witnesses shall be allowed the fees set forth in section 13-33-102, C.R.S.; and the coroner has the same authority to enforce the attendance of witnesses and to punish them and jurors for contempt in disobeying his process as a county court has when process issues in behalf of the state.
Source: G.L. 513. G.S. 617. R.S. 08: 1302. C.L. 8777. CSA: C. 45, 124. CRS 53: 35-6-8. C.R.S. 1963: 35-6-8. L. 64: p. 222, 49. L. 73: p. 1401, 26.
Jurors attending inquests shall be compensated in the same manner as other jurors, that is, by a per diem while serving as such. Ireland v. Commissioners, 6 Colo. 280 (1882).