Home / Tag Archives: Daubert standard

Tag Archives: Daubert standard

Missouri State Representative Jim Neely – Capitol Report – March 17th, 2017

Legislation to Stop Illegal Use of Herbicides Receives Final Legislative Approval (HB 662)   The House and Senate have agreed to legislation that is meant to stop the illegal use of herbicides that have caused widespread damage to crops in Southeast Missouri.   According to experts from the University of …

Read More »

Missouri Representative Jim Neely – Capitol Report 2/2/17

Lawmakers Reject Proposed Pay Increase (HCR 4) After several hours of discussion Monday evening, the Senate voted to join the House in rejecting proposed pay raises for elected officials and judges. The resolution approved by both chambers will prevent the pay increase recommendations made by the Citizens’ Commission on Compensation …

Read More »

Rep. Kevin Corlew Files Legislation to Improve Expert-Evidence Standard in Court

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State Representative Kevin Corlew filed legislation this week to improve the reliability of expert evidence that is presented to juries in Missouri state courts. The bill would implement a well-established standard for determining when expert-witness testimony is admissible as evidence at trial. The proposed standard, commonly …

Read More »

State Representative Kevin Corlew’s 4/24/15 Legislative Update

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew represents Missouri House district 14. Most of Representative Corlew’s district is in Platte County, but a small portion of it extends into Clay County. This is his legislative update from April 24, 2015. In it he discusses  For more information on our Opinion Section please click here. House Approves Senior Savings Protection …

Read More »