Effective Use of a Polygraph

Published by Oakland County Bar Association


Summary

On TV or in the movies, if the suspect passes the polygraph, she's innocent. If she fails, she's guilty. In real life, not everything is so cut and dry. Our speaker will explore the use of polygraph tests in criminal cases. Topics of discussion will include the protection of privilege in the polygraph report, the uses of polygraph in modern law practice, the two basic kinds of instruments, and the laws and promulgated rules examiners must follow.

Presenters
Christopher J. Lanfear
Christopher J. Lanfear, Chief Examiner, is a member of the American Polygraph Association, Michigan Association of Polygraph Examiners, American Association of Police Polygraphists. He has been licensed since 1979 and is the owner of Lanfear Consulting.

Originally Published

July 1, 2019


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  • Effective Use of a Polygraph - Video

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