January 30, 2018
In Richard Delisle v. Crane Co., et al, case no. SC16-2182, the Florida Supreme Court is set to decide whether Daubert or Frye is the proper standard for the admissibility of expert testimony in Florida. The Court’s decision is widely anticipated in light of the wave of confusion sparked by its February 2017 statement that it was rejecting the legislature’s amendment to the Florida Evidence Code which adopted Daubert, while simultaneously stating that it would not formally address the question until a proper case or controversy came before it.
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