The family of Tracy Hottenstein are going to try and prove in court she may have been alive when first responders found her on Polar Plunge weekend in Sea Isle City in 2009. The family says she wasn’t properly examined and was pronounced dead. Hottenstein’s body was found hours after she had been spending the night with friends in the city. An autopsy found that she died of hypothermia and acute alcohol intoxication. The trial will focus on the team that found Hottenstein and the doctor’s who pronounced her dead based on the initial report they received.