Filed on Friday, the 3rd of May. Must have been later in the day, to account for not appearing on GZLegal site until today. O'Mara has been on television talking about the voice ID issue.
I predict the court will not exclude the state's expert voice ID witness(es), regardless of the merits of the defense argument. The question of scientific reliability is outside of her ken, so she'll be faced, herself, with dueling experts. The state claiming the method is reliable and accepted in the scientific community, and the defense expert claiming the method is not reliable and/or accepted in the scientific community. Being unable to tell the difference, the court will let the battle of the experts to be presented to the jury. If she's wrong, all that is at risk is reversal of the decision on appeal.