Wednesday Writs: The Daubert Standard

Em Carpenter

Em was one of those argumentative children who was sarcastically encouraged to become a lawyer, so she did. She is a proud life-long West Virginian, and, paradoxically, a liberal. In addition to writing about society, politics and culture, she enjoys cooking, podcasts, reading, and pretending to be a runner. She will correct your grammar. You can find her on Twitter.

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  1. Oscar Gordon says:

    L5: Trumps paranoia… How many paint chips did he eat as a kid? As an adult?Report

  2. IIRC, there’s been some concern about the Daubert standard in criminal cases. It has allowed the admission of pseudo-scientific evidence that judges aren’t qualified to evaluate.Report

  3. L3, L4: Quick someone remind me that the GOP-appointed Supreme Court justices are highly educated and principled upholders of the Constitution, and not partisan hacks.Report