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Alameda County jury will decide if Jahi McMath is alive

The family of Jahi McMath will finally be able to present to a jury their case that the comatose girl is alive — three years after she was declared dead by doctors at Children’s Hospital in Oakland and the Alameda County coroner’s office. Judge Stephen Pulido of Alameda County Superior Court ruled this week that a jury will decide whether Jahi is dead, according to a court order.
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