Polygraph examination in analysis of evidence
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
European Polygraph 2014, nr 3, s. 109-117.
- polygraph examination as evidence; polygraph examination results; polygraph in criminal case
"I assume that a polygraph examination may be part of mass of evidence in a specifi c case, and I also assume that the result of a polygraph examination belongs to forensic evidence, and within it has its place in expert evidence. Th erefore, as item of evidence, it can be subjected to an analysis covering the assessment of its credibility, reliability, weigh, probative force, etc., and can also be analysed as evidential argument. Such an argument may be evaluated from two points of view: “internal” developed by its creator (in this case: by the expert), and “external” whose author is the analyst, or, more generally speaking, the addressee of the argument. Th e “internal” analysis is presented in (Ibek 2011). Th is article, in turn, aims at presenting the characteristic features of a polygraph examination result as argument in analysis of evidence."(...)
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