3 3 She's been accused of lacking in leadership, making inappropriate comments to her staff and violating medical procedure... Now, this medical examiner is fighting to keep her job. The job of chief medical examiner is up for renewal in Duval County and Doctor Valerie Rao wants the Governor to reappoint her. Today, she faced questions from council members, the sheriff and the state attorney's office. Channel 4's Tarik Minor joins us now live from the State Attorney's Office, downtown. Tarik, how did Rao handle herself in the hot seat? 3 3 00-0610-16 1:28-1:32PKG - 38:12"i had a woman who wanted to know how her baby died and she wanted the autopsy report, and there's no autopsy report, and that comes to me."Dr. Valerie Rao says more than 400 Jacksonville families have yet to receive the autopsy report after their loved ones died. She says ONE physician failed to complete the reports 2002, to 2010. Rao didn't take over as the Chief until 2010, and now that doctor ' s job is on the line.. 24:40"HE'S supposed to finish everything by the end of June, taking his own vacation time until the end of June, if he's doesn't' finish all the cases from 2002 to 2010 he will be terminated."It's just one of several chronic, festering problems she's facing under her administration. She's been accused by her own staff, of wearing inappropriate footwear, and touching cadavers with her bare hands. Rao says she was accused of washing her feet in the autopsy table..something that she claims she did in Miami years ago, she says the media blew it out of proportion. 36:02"that anecdote was taken out of context and the media made a big deal out of it, I just mentioned that during autopsies, and that went out like it went out in Jacksonville."Rao told committee members she ' s helped to clean up the District 4 office, and she's been instrumental in technological advances, and adding positions. She says she's considering outsourcing toxicology tests, while continuing to promote the residency program.She admits her biggest challenge is getting the facility accredited.STANDUP 44:17"Dr, Rao also told committee members she's having a tough time retaining employees here at District 4, she says there is a lot of competition in surrounding counties, for salaries."Rao was compl i mented by Sheriff's, and the State attorney - for being thorough in criminal trials. Her most recent testimony, in Michael Dunn ' s trial as a expert for the state. Shes says more than anything, she needs more staff.30:05"HAVE YOU ALWAYS HAD A FULL STAFF OF FULL MEDICAL EXAMINERS ..No,i've never had a full staff." 3 Tarik.. how long will it be, before we know whom they recommend?