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Cite as 262 Neb. 215 JOHN SCHAFERSMAN AND EILEEN SCHAFERSMAN,

By V. Agland Coop

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excluding an expert’s testimony which is otherwise relevant will be reversed only when there has been an abuse of discretion. 2. Judges: Words and Phrases. A judicial abuse of discretion exists when a judge, within the effective limits of authorized judicial power, elects to act or refrain from acting, but the selected option results in a decision which is untenable and unfairly deprives a litigant of a substantial right or a just result in matters submitted for disposition through a judicial system. 3. Rules of Evidence: Expert Witnesses. When a court is faced with an offer of a novel form of expertise which has not yet received judicial sanction, it must conduct an initial inquiry to determine whether the new technique or principle is sufficiently reliable to aid the jury in reaching accurate results. 4. ____: ____. In this state, where the rules of evidence apply, the admissibility of an expert’s testimony, including an opinion, which is based on a scientific principle or on a technique or process which utilizes or applies a scientific principle, depends on general acceptance of the principle, technique, or process in the relevant scientifi

Year: 2009
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