Toward Incentive-Based Procedure: Three Approaches for Regulating Scientific Evidence, 69 Boston University Law Review 487 (1989)
The problem to be discussed is hardly the most important facing the law
today. Expert testimony about technical and scientific issues is presented in
a relatively small percentage of cases. It plays a central role in an even
smaller proportion: for example, in toxic torts, medical malpractice, and
occasionally in criminal cases in which new forensic techniques are offered
Date of Authorship for this Version
Elliott, E. Donald, "Toward Incentive-Based Procedure: Three Approaches for Regulating Scientific Evidence" (1989). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2202.