ON FEBRUARY 12, 1975, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit decided United States v. Franks,' affirming a district court ruling, which permitted the use of voiceprints for purposes of identification and marking the first occasion in which a circuit court had held such evidence admissible.
Chapman, R. Brent
"Admissibility of Voiceprints Not Limited to "Corroborative Purposes" Unted States v. Franks,"
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