The D.C. Circuit Court’s decision in Frye v. United States is important in considering admissibility of expert testimony. The Frye standard requires experts to demonstrate that the methods and theories used to support their conclusions and opinions are generally accepted by the relevant scientific community. Although the standard was eventually superseded by the United States Supreme Court in its 1993 Daubert decision, some states continue to adhere to Frye. Continue reading to learn about the Frye standard and examples of states that have grappled with Frye vs. Daubert.