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    I'm not aware of Rangers taking anti-poly training. I could see that as a Delta thing, imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawkk View Post
    Doesn' work... Polys aren't 100% but beating it is usually based on the type you're taking.
    I've taken 3 that were administered at 3 different times in my life by "supposed" specialist and I've passed 2 of them with no problem. I've had to help administer two myself, and have seen one guy pass it but he was lying, never proven, but he confessed about 1 year later to a rape case.(edit: to info leading to his conviction of a rape case)

    Also, to add to this topic, it depends on what your being tested to detect lying for and state of mind.

    If you have convinced yourself of something then the chances of detection are low. I can be a freaking psychotic baboon, and if i've convinced myself that I did not murder someone, then in my mind's reality, it's true that i didn't, if in my twisted mind I have convinced myself that i did not...

    But, that's on the case of someone not sane, so..

    It's like someone that is tripping on acid thinking that they can fly, if you ask them during a poly test if they can fly, they will say yes and the chances of detection for a lie is then again, low...

    To answer my opinion on the topic...not really due to the fact that I can't see the point in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    This couldn't be further from the truth. Polygraphs are NOT admissable in court under any circumstances.
    I could have sworn that they are admissible if and only if both parties agree to it (which would be highly unlikely if the defendant knows they did it...).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu19 View Post
    I could have sworn that they are admissible if and only if both parties agree to it (which would be highly unlikely if the defendant knows they did it...).
    I was trained never admissible. The state can't mention that they even asked them to take a polygraph.

    However, that may be true if about if the prosecution and defense agree. I can't see that ever happening. You would have to have a retarded defense attorney to have him support admitting anything that would helpful to the prosecution's case.
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