Empirical Evidence

Empirical Evidence

Definition

Evidence that is based upon or that can be verified by observation, experience, or experimentation. The Frye and Daubert tests are often applied to determine whether scientific empirical evidence is admissible, but empirical evidence that is easy for a jury to verify through common sense and personal observation might not be subject to the Frye or Daubert test.

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