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The "general acceptance" principle, which serves as a criterion for the judicial admissibility of scientific evidence, was set forth in the case of ___________. (Points : 4) Michigan v.
Tyler Frye v. United States Mincey v. Arizona Coppolino v. State
The "general acceptance" principle, which serves as a criterion for the judicial admissibility of scientific evidence, was set forth in the case of Frye v. United States. source:
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