1976), Validity and Reliability of Polygraph Examinations
of Criminal Suspects (Contract No.
NCIS will conduct counterintelligence polygraph examinations
in accordance with the DoD instruction on polygraph and credibility assessment procedures.
In contrast, on information and belief, Defendant  was not required to take a polygraph examination
Just as your client is not required to sit for a deposition, the client should also not be required to indulge opposing counsel with their presence at a polygraph examination
103) While the trial counsel conceded that SH1 Wheeler had "a right to discuss the circumstances of an interrogation," he maintained that MRE 707 prohibited any reference to the polygraph examination
As a result, two examiners may reach different conclusions regarding a subject's truthfulness after observing the same polygraph examination
Travis, the court found that, although the defendant's agreement to a condition of probation requiring him to submit to a polygraph examination
did not establish the admissibility of the results, it could still be used as grounds for the revocation of parole because he was uncooperative and resisted supervision.
, like any other specialty, cannot be learned overnight and our experienced examiners are an invaluable asset that we must protect.
Because the sample included only cases in which polygraph examinations
were conducted in FBI criminal investigations, the results may not generalize to other contexts.
government also consulted Parisoula Lampsos, who the Defense Department believes has passed a polygraph examination
in support of her claim that she was Saddam's mistress in Iraq for many years.
2) The defendant challenged the rule on Sixth Amendment and due process grounds when the trial court refused to admit proof of an exculpatory polygraph examination
administered by a government examiner at the government's request.
If the court finds that the issue turns on credibility, the court should inquire whether either party is willing to supplement the record with a polygraph examination
of the party's witness or witnesses.