The court ruled that toolmark evidence is relevant, helpful, and reliable if offered by a qualified examiner who followed the AFTE theory. Id. at 569-570. There should be documentation (photographs, notes, etc.) of the conclusions reached to allow confirmation by a second qualified examiner on how an identification was reached. Id. This documentation should also be sufficient for a defense expert to challenge if one is sought. Id. The testimony of the examiner is admissible so long as the examiner is prevented from making unsupported claims about the degree of certainty of their identification. Id. Additionally, the court holds that, “the government should be required to strictly and timely comply with its Fed.R.Crim.P. 16 obligations . . .” concerning this testimony. Id.