Expert testimony is a part of most trials, and is strictly governed by procedural rules, and judges administering those procedural rules. This article calls attention to a recent case, heard on appeal, which demonstrates that judges do not entirely have free reign in administering those rules. One limitation, according to this case, is that an expert's testimony must be intelligibly understandable by judges and attorneys.
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