The court declined to really address the issue, stating the the lower court had repeatedly and thoroughly addressed the qualifications and Daubert factors of the expert, and that the defendant had not produced any new arguments. "Here, all of the Daubert criteria were satisfied with regard to Ms. Walzer's testimony. At the motion hearing, she testified that the work she does at the crime lab is subject to peer review. She also testified to the rate of error inherent in her work, and the fact that she follows the guidelines established by the AFTE. It was clear from Ms. Walzer's testimony that the methods used in the Jefferson Parish crime lab are those widely accepted in her profession. This assignment lacks merit."