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Reference Manual for Scientific Evidence, Second Edition. Issued in 2000 under the auspices of the Federal Judicial Center, Washington, D.C., the Second Edition of the Reference Manual is an important resource for federal litigators. It explores the leading decisions on the admissibility of expert testimony in general, provides an explanation of scientific analysis, and then has a series of detailed treatments of particular types of scientific evidence, such as statistics and survey research, epidemiology and toxicology, and DNA evidence. The Federal Judicial Center provides this edition of the Reference Manual to all federal judges to assist them in evaluating proffered scientific evidence. Because of the expanding duties and responsibilities of trial courts in cases involving scientific and technical evidence, and the role the Reference Manual for Scientific Evidence plays in the exercise of this responsibility, the Reference Manual is an essential tool for attorneys who litigate in federal court.
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