What is Repeatable and Reproducible Evidence?
Repeatable evidence means there are always the same results when the same process is used with the same test items, operator, and equipment inside the same laboratory. Reproducible evidence means the same results are produced with the same methods on the same items but in a different facility with different operators and equipment.
How Does the Daubert Standard Connect to Forensic Validation?
The Daubert Standard is a legal guide that can be used for software and tool validations. In the ruling of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Inc., there are five questions that influence the reliability of a scientific method: