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The standard guideline for determining the judicial admissibility of scientific examination stemmed from which court ruling? Mincy v. Arizona Kumbo Tire Co., Ltd. V. Carmichael Frye v.
United States Coppolino v. State
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User: Regardless of its source, all criminal law in the U.S. must conform to the rules and dictates of the: State supreme courts Office of the President United States Senate U.S. Constitution

User: The standard guideline for determining the judicial admissibility of scientific examination stemmed from which court ruling? Mincy v. Arizona Kumbo Tire Co., Ltd. V. Carmichael Frye v. United States Coppolino v. State

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The Supreme Court restricted the practice of conducting warrantless searches at a homicide scene in the case of:Michigan v. Tyler Frye v. United States Mincey v. Arizona Coppolino v. State
Weegy: United States Mincey v. Arizona. In Mincey v. Arizona 437 US 385 (1978) The Supreme Court cited that the police had violated the defendant's fourth amendment rights. [ Mincey, who was dope dealer, had shot and killed an undercover narcotics officer during a drug raid. Mincey was wounded and one of his companions were killed in the subsequent gun battle. The Narcotics officers, following procedure secured the premises and notified Homicide. Homicide detectives conducted an investigation during which hundreds of pieces of evidence were seized by the police over a three-day crime scene search. Mincey was convicted of the murder of the undercover officer. The conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court, which maintained that Mincey's Fourth Amendment rights were violated and that the police who should have secured a search warrant. The Supreme Court basically informed law enforcement that "There wasn't any homicide crime scene exception" to the Fourth Amendment. ] User: The "general acceptance" principle, which serves as a criterion for the judicial admissibility of scientific evidence, was set forth in the case of : Michigan v. Tyler Frye v. United States Mincey v. Arizona Coppolino v. State Weegy: 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: User: A Florida case that exemplifies the flexibility and wide discretion that the trial judge has in matters of scientific inquiry is: Michigan v. Tyler Frye v. United States Coppolino v. State Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Weegy: Coppolino v. State. (More)
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An individual who testifies in court and who possesses special skills or knowledge not ordinarily possessed by others, acquired through experience, study, observation, or education, and who is permitted to interpret such information for the jury, give opinions, and draw conclusions is called: A lay witness A police officer An expert witness A forensic scientist
Weegy: An expert witness User: The Daubert case stands for the proposition that for scientific evidence to be admissible in court, it must be: Generally acceptable in the scientific community Proven beyond any doubt Scientifically valid Published Weegy: Proven beyond any doubt . The Daubert Hearing is conducted out of the jury's presence and is usually based on a motion in limine, which occurs before the trial even begins and determines which evidence or testimony will be presented to the jury. [ [ Foresic expert witness can be asked ton attend a Daubert hearing if any evidence needs to be examined. ] ] User: The ability of the investigator to recognize and collect crime-scene evidence properly depends on the amount of Testimony received from the crime laboratory true or false (More)
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