The Court of Appeal agreed that substantial evidence did not support the juvenile court’s jurisdictional findings and its order sustaining jurisdiction pursuant to WIC section 300, subdivision (b)(1) that the minor had suffered serious physical harm or illness or there existed a substantial risk of such harm or illness. The Court rejected, on due process grounds, the County’s argument that the juvenile court could have found jurisdiction under WIC section 300, subdivision (c). The jurisdictional findings and dispositional orders were reversed and the matter was remanded for further proceedings consistent with the opinion.