How Can Polygraph Aid Attorneys?
The power of polygraph for a defense attorney has little or nothing to do with its admissibility. Rather, the power is found daily in negotiations and case building outside of the courtroom. Attorneys have learned to utilize polygraph to aid in their case prior to trial, many times making a trial no longer necessary. Whatever the specifics of your case, it is important to leverage the creative and positive uses of polygraph as a part of the case rather than avoiding polygraph altogether for fear of wasting time and resources.
Polygraph provides a unique opportunity to establish ground level truth from which you can make educated decisions.
Polygraph can and has been used successfully to:
Family Law Attorneys
Specific Issue Examination
Polygraph is admissible in Arizona court under stipulation.
Your examiner is available to testify in court as required to explain and substantiate results.