A father should not have been found guilty of child neglect solely for testing positive for cocaine and marijuana during supervised visits, an appeals court held on Wednesday.

The Appellate Division acknowledged that its precedential ruling in New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services v. V.T., A-2571-10, would make little difference to the man involved, who is already on the child-abuse registry.

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