Conference on Best Practices for Managing Daubert Questions
Daubert questions, best practices
Evidence | Law
When we are talking about overstatement, is it so apparent that surely the jury could understand that? Or that on cross at trial, would the opposing counsel make that apparent so that the jury would deal with it on its own? Or is it overstatement, in ways that you normally see, in that it becomes opaque and therefore misleading to the jury and the jury would never be able to figure it out?
Edward K. Cheng, D. J. Capra, and et al,
Conference on Best Practices for Managing Daubert Questions, 88 Conference on Best Practices for Managing Daubert Questions. 1215
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