The purpose of this article is to explain the concepts basic to the admissibility of experimental evidence in civil jury cases. The article will examine the prerequisites to the admissibility of experimental evidence, will give illustrations of various experiments, and will comment on the trend of court decisions since the latter part of the nineteenth century. The article deals primarily with experiments conducted outside of the court room as opposed to experiments conducted in the courtroom in the presence of a jury.
Donald L. Guarnieri, Experimental Evidence, 11 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 453 (1962)