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Bernie Sanders Jokes About Using Lie Detector On Donald Trump In Debates; Twitter Titters
"Well, we’ll bring a lie detector along and every time he lies it goes ‘beep.'"
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Mike Pence's Lie Detector Test On 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Goes Awry
Stephen Colbert gave the vice president the grilling he's been waiting for.
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Robert De Niro's Mueller Scorches 'Focker' Michael Cohen (Ben Stiller) On 'SNL'
"You little weasel."
Polygraph Says Storm Daniels Told The Truth About Trump Affair
Stormy Daniels took a polygraph that asked, “Did you have unprotected sex with Donald Trump?” Now, the results of that lie detector test have been released.
How To Spot A Liar
VP Marketing at Converus, makers of EyeDetect, innovative solu...
While the tips given here may help you discern some lies from truth, it is in no way a failsafe method to detect deception in others. In fact, studies show that most people can spot a liar 54% of the time. You might as well flip a coin.
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Former Cop Explains How To Perform Perfectly On Lie Detector Tests
As a cop, Doug Williams gave countless lie detector tests. It taught him that the test can be beaten, so he lobbied against
You Don't Want Your Ex To Take Lie Detector Test
Missing Girl's Parents Agree To Polygraph Tests
Hillary's Lesson: Defending a Criminal
Let's not talk about Hillary Clinton specifically -- let's examine, instead, the role of the run-of-the-mill criminal lawyer who chooses to, or is appointed to, represent an extremely unpopular defendant, or a defendant counsel believes is truly guilty.
The Truth About Lie Detection
Amanda Chan joins HuffPost Live to discuss detecting lies.
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Do We Want Robots in the Jury Box?
If an unimpeachable lie detector expert could testify to his results in a one witness versus another case, determining that the victim was truthful and the accused was lying, or vice versa, he essentially would decide the case instead of the jury.
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