The thesis of this article is that the Supreme Court decision in Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.'s focus on the scientific method, however rigorously applied, invites certain classes of abuses. There are instances in which evidence can be made to look more scientific by a process that in fact and substance makes is utterly unscientific.
David W. Peterson & John M. Conley,
Of Cherries, Fudge, and Onions: Science and Its Courtroom Perversion,
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