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Daubert is the law in federal courts and many state courts. Here, we break down how each circuit has fared under this regime of expert admissibility. "Liberal" circuits tend to be more lenient in allowing expert testimony to go to the jury. "Conservative" circuits tend to do the opposite. All of this aggregate data is based on appellate case law only. This case law can be explored in greater detail using the Daubert Explorer (Beta).