CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – After the Charleston County Coroner’s inquest into the 2013 death of 2-year-old Elijah Washington, we’ve learned of another development in the case.

Mark Peper, Bryan Seabrook’s attorney re-filed an emergency temporary restraining order by Seabrook and Elijah’s maternal grandmother Marty Dixon against Coroner Rae Wooten. A news conference is scheduled for 4:45 p.m. to discuss.RELATED: Coroner facing lawsuit ahead of inquest into child abuse death

We’re told Peper also plans to take the case to the federal level in an effort to eliminate the use of inquests as a legal process.

Coroner Wooten today said she requested an opinion from the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office. They agreed to provide a response.RELATED: Coroner’s inquest verdict deems toddler’s death a homicide

Solicitor Scarlett Wilson says if arrests warrants are issued, she will not proceed with the prosecution.RELATED:Charleston Co. Coroner holds inquest on toddler’s death