In this appeal, the panel extends to a Family Part context the ruling in State v. Doriguzzi, 334 N.J. Super. 530, 536 (App. Div. 2000) holding that a HGN test is not admissible at a trial to show an individual is guilty of driving under the influence. The court now holds that HGN test results cannot be considered in a Title 9 abuse or neglect hearing to establish that defendant was under the influence when supervising his four minor children while the mother was unconscious. However, the panel concludes the order finding abuse or neglect was consistent with the law because it was supported by substantial independent credible evidence that defendant was under the influence and that his conduct created a substantial risk to the children's mental health and physical safety. The panel affirms the order.