The Georgia Coroner's Association is in Albany this week to provide over 40 new and experienced coroner's with a three day training session.
They are required to participate in one of these 24 hour training classes every year; this is where they learn about the updated laws and refresh their minds on things they've already learned.
They're going over child fatalities, professionalism, ethics, character, and postmortem body examinations along with several other topics.
Michael Fowler says he thinks one of the most important things they'll talk about this week has to do with character. Fowler says in this profession, character is everything.