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Jed S. Rakoff
November 20, 2017

Judge Jed S. Rakoff (S.D.N.Y.) introduces website materials that cover fingerprint identification and what judges should consider when considering and responding to challenges to the admissibility of fingerprint evidence and testimony.

November 20, 2017

A brief introduction to fingerprints: How fingerprint properties (uniqueness, consistency, and ridge pattern) make fingerprints a useful forensic tool. To go back to the main Fingerprint Identification page, click here.

November 20, 2017

This video covers the quality assurance programs implemented by the forensic laboratories throughout the country.

Jed S. Rakoff
November 20, 2017

Judge Jed S. Rakoff (S.D.N.Y.) summarizes the materials on this site about fingerprint identification and what judges should consider when weighing expert testimony. To go back to the main Fingerprint Identification page, click here.

Margaret A. Berger
January 1, 2011

In 1993, the Supreme Court’s opinion in Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals ushered in a new era with regard to the admissibility of expert testimony. As expert testimony has become increasingly essential in a wide variety of litigated cases, the Daubert opinion has had an enormous impact.

Robert J. Niemic, Shannon R. Wheatman
March 22, 2004

Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure requires each party to disclose to the other, at specified time intervals, a variety of information about their case.

Carol L. Krafka, D. Dean P. Miletich, Joe S. Cecil, Meghan A. Dunn, Molly Johnson
January 1, 2002
Laural L. Hooper, Joe S. Cecil, Thomas E. Willging
June 15, 2001

This report to the Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Case Management describes two different types of independent panels used in the silicone gel breast implants litigation.

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