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a medical instrument that records several physiological processes simultaneously (e

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Only two versions of the vignettes included the testimony of a polygrapher with one testifying to the accused passing the test, the other testifying to the accused failing the test.
Polygraphers know the ideal surroundings for conducting a forensic interview.
The polygrapher asserted cogently that he would never subject a suspect that, after administration of the test, he believed was innocent to the interrogation phase of the process.
The supervision team is made up of parole and probation officers, case managers, therapists, and the therapeutic polygrapher, whose job is to verify compliance with the conditions of supervision.
The appellant in Traum suffocated her 18-month-old daughter, Caitlyn, to death and eventually confessed to an OSI polygrapher.
Today we challenge Mr Conte to take and make public a lie-detector examination from a qualified, well-respected polygrapher,' said Jones' lawyer Rich Nicholls.
Between the salad and chicken courses I fidget with the plastic novelty "Lie Detector" business card given to me in lieu of a proper interview by Bill Fleisher, Vidocq Society commissioner, expert polygrapher, and former FBI agent with a striped tie and hair whipped back into a severe black meringue.
While assigned to the West Coast Battalion, he submitted an application to become a Polygrapher.
This approach requires the cooperation and interactive efforts of the treatment provider, probation/ parole officer and polygrapher to hold the offender accountable.
But as the seven-hour session wore on, the polygrapher grew increasingly angry with Roche's responses, insisting that his physiological reactions "were not in the acceptable range.
In fact, Keifer says, in all his years as a polygrapher, he had never been able to score anyone so high on the non-deceptive scale.
Though it is now criminal defendants who proffer polygraphs most often (in the subset of cases where they pass one with the polygrapher of their choice), the large volume of litigation and the relatively small number of polygraphers would immediately give the government and well-heeled civil litigants the advantage were the results of the process generally admissible, most especially in regard to non-party witnesses.
As far as the Federal Bureau of Investigation is concerned, Varley is more than 57, the mandatory retirement age for a federal law enforcement officer, so there's no point making him a polygrapher.
Then contact a polygrapher as a nondiscoverable consulting expert.