The Frye standard is a test conducted by courts to decide on the admissibility of scientific evidence into a trial or hearing. The Frye standard is applied whenever new or questionable scientific procedures are introduced into evidence. There are many scientific processes that are commonly accepted in the court system, such as fingerprinting and DNA Evidence. But with the rapid advancement of technology, newer and more revolutionary practices are coming into play, necessitating the intervention of the Frye test.
Dec 12th, 2014
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