The Florida Supreme Court Thursday reversed its stance on a key rule for expert testimony, adopting the Daubert standard, and reversing a prior decision to keep Frye.

In a per curiam opinion, the high court ruled that earlier ”grave constitutional concerns” over the rule now “appear unfounded.” The ruling made Florida the latest to adopt the more stringent Daubert standard used in federal court, and move from Fyre.

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