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Q: How much human remains are needed to constitute a “dead body” in Arizona?
A: Dead Bodies 116k1,3 Substantial set of murder victim’s bones constituted “dead body” for purposes of statute requiring interment or cremation of all dead bodies. 865 P2d 808, 177 Ariz 147 (1993).