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The Jahi McMath case involves a teenage girl who was declared brain dead in California following surgery in 2013, when she was 13. This led to a bioethical debate engendered by her family's rejection of the medicolegal findings of death in the case, and their efforts to maintain her body using mechanical ventilation and ...


Dec 30, 2013 ... Other Civil Rights case filed on December 30, 2013 in the California Northern District Court.


Dec 30, 2013 ... RP 13-707598. COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA .... from MCMATH. The lower Court set the application for hearing the same day, at 1:30 p.m., in Department 31. The Court asked that CHO submit ... Childre~z's Hospital of Oakland, et al., bearing Alameda Superior Court. Case No.


Jun 3, 2016 ... JAHI MCMATH, a minor; NAILAH. WINKFIELD, an individual, as parent, as guardian, and as next friend of JAHI McMath, a minor. Plaintiffs, v. STATE OF CALIFORNIA;. COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, et al. Defendants. Case No. 3:15-cv- 06042 HSG. PLAINTIFF'S OPPOSITION TO. MOTION TO DISMISS FILED BY.


Dec 20, 2013 ... JAHI McMATH,. Petitioner, by and through her Guardian Ad Litem, LATASHA. WINKFIELD. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA FOR. THE COUNTY OF ALAMEDA,. Respondent. .... Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division v. .... Children's Hospital of Oakland, et al., bearing Alameda Superior Court.


1911–1918. 2. McMath et al. v. State of California et al., no. 4:2015cv06042 (N.D. Cal. Dec. 23,. 2015); see David DeBolt and Malaika Fraley, “Jahi McMath: Family Sues in Federal Court to Have Brain-Dead Girl Declared Alive,” Mercury News, December 24, 2015, http://www .mercurynews.com/. 3. Ad Hoc Committee of the  ...


Sep 18, 2017 ... A "brain dead" California girl isn't dead after all. ... Alameda County Superior Court judge Stephen Pulido extensively cited the same expert, Dr. Alan Shewmon, and ruled the family's legal case, Winkfield v. Children's Hospital Oakland et al., can go forward. Meanwhile, the family hasn't given up and ...


The confusion may be caused in part by a lack of uniformity in state laws regarding the legal basis of death, as reflected in the differences between New Jersey and California statutes. Families who reject the determination of death by neurologic criteria on religious grounds should be given reasonable accommodation in all ...


308 U.S. 147 (60 S.Ct. 146, 84 L.Ed. 155). SCHNEIDER v. STATE OF NEW JERSEY (TOWN OF IRVINGTON). YOUNG v. PEOPLE OF STATE OF CALIFORNIA. SNYDER v. CITY OF MILWAUKEE. NICHOLS et al. v. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. Nos. 11, 13, 18, and 29. Argued: and Submitted Oct. 13—16, ...