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March 5, 2016
Timothy T. Lau

This review of scientific literature regarding the reliability of present sense impressions and excited utterances as it pertains to the Federal Rules of Evidence was presented as a memorandum to the Advisory Committee on Rules of Evidence.

January 1, 2011
Paul S. Appelbaum

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011
John B. Wong, Lawrence O. Gostin, Oscar A. Cabrera

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011
D. Michal Freedman, Leon Gordis, Michael D. Green

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011
Stephen G. Breyer, Margaret A. Berger, David Goodstein, Edward J. Imwinkelried, Paul C. Giannelli, Joseph L. Peterson, David H. Kaye, George F. Sensabaugh, David A. Freedman, Daniel L. Rubinfeld, Shari Seidman Diamond, Mark A. Allen, Robert E. Hall, Victoria A. Lazear, Joseph V. Rodricks, Michael D. Green, D. Michal Freedman, Leon Gordis, Bernard D. Goldstein, Mary Sue Henifin, John B. Wong, Lawrence O. Gostin, Oscar A. Cabrera, Anthony D. Wagner, Channing R. Robertson, David L. Black, John E. Moalli, Paul S. Appelbaum

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011
Daniel L. Rubinfeld

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011
David A. Freedman, David H. Kaye

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011
Edward J. Imwinkelried, Joseph L. Peterson, Paul C. Giannelli

The Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition assists judges in managing cases involving complex scientific and technical evidence by describing the basic tenets of key scientific fields from which legal evidence is typically derived and by providing examples of cases in which that evidence has been used.

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January 1, 2011
Margaret A. Berger

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. If plaintiffs’ expert proof is excluded on a crucial issue, plaintiffs cannot win and usually cannot even get their case to a jury. This discussion begins with a brief overview of the Supreme Court’s three opinions on expert testimony—often called the Daubert trilogy—and their impact.

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