Polygraph Tests And The Law
The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth: Polygraph tests and the law by Regan Peggs of Regan Peggs Solicitors
Are lie detector tests admissible in court
A question that often arises from clients is whether polygraph tests, commonly called ‘lie detector’ tests, can be used as admissible evidence in court or during other legal proceedings. So what exactly...Read More
Lie Detector Test Machine
The Lie Detector Test Machine we use is commonly called a Polygraph, which stands for many writings, in the United Kingdom we know the Lie Detector Test Machine as a Lie Detector. The Lie Detector Machine was invented in the 1920s by John Larson and was an analog device, it continued to be improved and the computerized Lie Detector Machine were introduced in the...Read More
Cooper BMW – WARNING
Took my company car to Cooper BMW in Tunbridge Wells recently for a Winter Service. I was given a invoice that said online video, many chases and a month later I found out there was no video as no work was done, which I did suspect as the oil and screen wash levels didn’t change. Being a Polygraph Examiner I do hate it being lied to.
Then there is the issue...Read More
Wide Array of Uses for Lie Detector Test
As a private investigator, the lie detector is a superb aid to have. They have found over the year that a lot of clients need their partners tested perhaps this is because a lot of television shows utilise it. The public is more aware of it’s availability to each and everyone and not out of their reach and are aware the examiner needs to be a member of...Read More
Lie Detector Test
A polygraph machine or popularly known as lie detector is utilised to help in knowing if someone is truthfully answering a specific set of questions or he or she is lying. It is a combination of different devices utilised to measure the physical responses of a person to what is known as irrelevant, control as well as relevant questions. How the examiner interprets, this...Read More
Premier Polygraph Services
When selecting an examiner to work with the most important issue is are they qualified and experienced. How can you tell easily as the website looks good?
Fortunately, our industry has the American Polygraph Association with over 2800 polygraph examiners worldwide, the includes Government and Police Examiners. They are extremely important as they regulate the...Read More