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The District Court ruled that the evidence did not meet the applicable "general acceptance" standard for the admission of expert testimony. Finally, the United States Supreme Court held that, under
the Federal Rules of Evidence, not Frye, that the evidence did not meet the standard for admitting expert testimony in a federal trial. Which case? (Points : 4) Miranda v Arizona William v. Florida Wells v. Daubert Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceutical, Inc.
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User: The District Court ruled that the evidence did not meet the applicable "general acceptance" standard for the admission of expert testimony. Finally, the United States Supreme Court held that, under the Federal Rules of Evidence, not Frye, that the evidence did not meet the standard for admitting expert testimony in a federal trial. Which case? (Points : 4) Miranda v Arizona William v. Florida Wells v. Daubert Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Weegy: Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceutical, Inc.
Airyna|Points 80|

User: According to the courts any new evidence seized, resulting from unreasonably seized evidence, is also tainted and is not admissible in court. This is based on the: (Points : 4) Bad evidence doctrine Fruits of the poisonous tree doctrine Illegal seizure doctrine Unreasonable search doctrine

Weegy: Stolen evidence is not admissible because it could be tampered with once it was stolen.
Expert answered|Airyna|Points 80|

User: According to the courts any new evidence seized, resulting from unreasonably seized evidence, is also tainted and is not admissible in court. This is based on the: (Points : 4) Bad evidence doctrine Fruits of the poisonous tree doctrine Illegal seizure doctrine Unreasonable search doctrine

Weegy: Stolen evidence is not admissible because it could be tampered with once it was stolen.
Expert answered|Airyna|Points 80|



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In the case of _________, the Supreme Court ruled that in assessing the admissibility of new and unique scientific tests, the trial judge did not have to rely solely on concept of "general acceptance." (Points : 4) Michigan v. Tyler Frye v. United States Coppolino v. State Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals
Weegy: Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceutical, Inc. (More)
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The standard guideline for determining the judicial admissibility of scientific examination stemmed from which court ruling? (Points : 4) Mincy v. Arizona Kumbo Tire Co., Ltd. V. Carmichael Frye v. United States Coppolino v. State
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The standard guideline for determining the judicial admissibility of scientific examination stemmed from Frye v. United States.
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A(n) ___________ is a person who can demonstrate a particular skill or has knowledge in a trade or profession that will help the court determine the truth of the matter at issue. (Points : 4) Lay person Professional Witness Expert Witness Factual Witness
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An Expert Witness is a person who can demonstrate a particular skill or has knowledge in a trade or profession that will help the court determine the truth of the matter at issue.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expert_witness
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