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1. to test a criminal suspect with a polygraph.
2. The suspect was given a polygraph test .
3. For he recorded it on his polygraph lie-detector and compared the timings afterwards.
4. Nicholas Branch has unpublished state documents, polygraph reports, Dictabelt recordings from the police radio net on November 22.
5. We gave Richard a polygraph two years ago and he passed.
6. Polygraph evidence is not permitted in most criminal trials, including those in military courts.
7. He confirms having agreed to take a polygraph test, but says he was not shown the results.
8. The polygraph was more or less chaotic but then it almost always is.
9. It leads to the disorder of polygraph application and holdback the advancement of the technology in judicial proceedings.
10. Leonard Saxe, Ph.D., a polygraph expert and professor of psychology at Brandeis University, says, "Lying has long been a part of everyday life.
11. But, truth be told, the polygraph is a crude tool that the esteemed National Research Council says has extremely serious limitations.
12. The utilization of polygraph technology in criminal investigation complies with the requirement of investigating science.
13. PG multi - channel polygraph is composed of unit, sensor, WINDOWS software platform and printer.
14. A polygraph test is also questionably used as a psychophysiological detection of deception (PDD) examination.
15. Hill's lawyers announced she had taken and passed a polygraph test.
16. In fully 90 percent of these cases, information obtained through the polygraph contributed to the decision.
17. The bureau had rejected recommendations that its agents be subjected to polygraph tests more often.
18. How many members of this crew have ever been subjected to a polygraph test?
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19. Billy Marks of Arlington said he was questioned repeatedly, given a polygraph and placed under surveillance for weeks.
20. Pressures were transmitted to external pressure transducers and recorded on a polygraph.
21. The manometer catheter was linked to pressure transducers which were interfaced to a polygraph.
22. To test ( a criminal suspect, for example ) with a polygraph.
23. Recent formal documentation of this comes from a National Research Council (NRC) blue ribbon panel appointed a year ago to examine the scientific validity of the polygraph for national security.
24. I can home in on it by attaching the polygraph to one of the bean plants in the mobile unit.
25. This decision, along with a 1988 law banning the use of polygraph tests of most employees, has led to a marked reduction in reliance on polygraph testing, notes Saxe.
26. All protests will be substantiated through the use of a polygraph.
27. This includes honesty, psychological, and personality tests, genetic screening, substance abuse tests and polygraph examinations.
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