Georgia enactment of Daubert may be unconstitutional
Arguments have been raised to the effect that the enactment of Daubert standards in Senate Bill 3 is unconstitutional on grounds of violation of separation of powers, equal protection and due process. The constitutional arguments set forth below are from a brief filed by David E. Tuszynski in the case of Mason v. Home Depot, et al, in the State Court of Cobb County (Civil Action No. 97A5105-1).
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