“The issue for the trial court is
not whether the testimony is
correct, but whether the
underlying data, methods and
processes are such that they can be trusted to generate reliable
information,” Atty. Ingram asserted.
Citing an Ohio evidenciary rule, counsel said “the goal...is to keep ‘junk science’ from the jury and thereby promote reliability in the
process of arriving at a verdict.”
Former Center Middle School teacher and coach, Jay Dana, 58, acknowledged in a plea agreement reached last week that he was guilty in the date rapes of three woman, two in 2006 and another in 2011.
In signing the plea agreement, Dana...Read More >>