The Court of Appeal found there was insufficient evidence to support the jurisdictional and dispositional findings. The Court directed the juvenile to vacate its prior order and enter an order terminating jurisdiction over the minor. Even though the child had been returned to the care of mother during the appeal, the Court found that the appeal was not moot. The Court also stated that mother had not forfeited the right to challenge the jurisdictional findings even though her attorney conceded jurisdiction was appropriate and only asked the court to conform the petition to proof.