Frye test

Definition of "Frye test"
  1. A principle in law verifying that the outcomes of a scientific process can be used in court only if they are considered widely accepted among experts in a related field
How to use "Frye test" in a sentence
  1. The defense argued that the DNA evidence was inadmissible based on the Frye test, as the testing method was not generally accepted by the scientific community.
  2. In the evidence review process, the judge will apply the Frye test to determine whether the forensic analysis used by the investigators is widely accepted.
  3. The Frye test was used to assess if the obtained fingerprints could be presented in court, considering their procurement process.

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