Which of the following is a capability of the polygraph technique?
Verify statements made by subjects and witnesses.
Aid in obtaining truthful statements from subjects and witnesses.
Locate hidden evidence.
Reveal additional investigative leads.
I, III, and IV only.
II and IV only.
I, II, III, and IV.
III and IV only.
During the course of a polygraph examination, the examinee confesses to the
examiner that he did in fact commit the crime under investigation. The:
examinee's confession should immediately be reduced to writing by the
confession cannot be introduced into evidence during any ensuing court-
martial because it was obtained through the use of a polygraph.
investigator should be the one to take and
confession to writing and not the examiner.
investigator can only use the confession as an investigative aid to
develop further proof of the examinee's guilt.