Expert Testimony on Fingerprints: An Internet Exchange
In United States v. Llera Plaza, 188 F. Supp. 2d 549 (E.D. Pa. 2002), a federal district initially limited expert opinion testimony on fingerprint identifications because the government was unable to show that such identifications were sufficiently valid and reliable under Federal Rule of Evidence 702. Then, the court withdrew the opinion. This article reproduces an exchange of notes on the initial opinion submitted by five law professors.
Expert Testimony, Fingerprints
Place of Original Publication
43 Jurimetrics 91 (2002)
Friedman, Richard; Kaye, D.H.; Mnookin, Jennifer; Nance, Dale; and Saks, Michael, "Expert Testimony on Fingerprints: An Internet Exchange" (2002). Faculty Publications. 1056.
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