NJ Supreme Court & Appellate Division Opinions 12-22-14

December 22, 2014

The New Jersey Supreme Court and Appellate Division have released multiple opinions this morning. Pay attention to the Supreme Court's opinion if you are a family law attorney.  In New Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency v. Y.N., the Supreme Court held:


Absent exceptional circumstances, a finding of abuse or neglect cannot be sustained based solely on a newborn’s enduring methadone withdrawal following a mother’s timely participation in a bona fide treatment program prescribed by a licensed healthcare professional to whom she has made full disclosure. 


A copy of the Court's opinion can be found here:



The Appellate Division released two published opinions this morning:


1.  D.A. VS. R.C.   In a case involving a 'parenting time schedule', the Court reversed Chancery Division, Family Part and sent the case back for mediation to resolve issues regarding parenting time and custody.  A copy of the opinion is available here: 


2.  STATE OF NEW JERSEY VS. SHERRONE H. ROBINSON, Criminal law opinion involving sentencing and jail credits.  A copy of the opinion is available here: 


Lastly, the Appellate Division released the following unpublished opinions: 



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