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What is the authentication or identity criterion, that is a condition necessary for admissibility in the Griffin v. State case?

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Authentication or identity is a criterion necessary for admissibility in the Griffin v. State case, which means evidence needs to be adequate to establish a determination that the subject matter is what its proponent asserts, and that it satisfies the criterion of trustworthiness.

Authentication or identity is the process by which evidence is shown to be genuine and trustworthy, meaning it is what its proponent asserts. This is a necessary criterion for admissibility in the Griffin v. State case.