Have you heard the latest news with polygraph testing? In the state of Nevada parolees may be asked periodically to take a polygraph test. Here’s what one parolee thought of polygraph testing but Nevada supports polygraph testing.
According to an article at lasvegassun.com, “Nevada Parole Board”
“The Nevada Supreme Court has held the Nevada State Board of Parole Commissioners and its officers may conduct lie detector tests on inmates who have been freed on parole.
Jesus Adams, serving a 10-year-to-life term for sexual assault of a minor under 14 years old, was granted parole in 2005. In 2007, Adams was required to submit to a polygraph examination.
Adams was asked questions about whether he had sex with minors while on parole. He answered “no” to the questions. But the answers were determined to be deceptive and he was returned to prison.
Adams filed suit that the law allowing periodic polygraph examinations was unconstitutional. The court said the lie detective test was legal as long as the questions were limited to the conditions of parole.”
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