Legally, polygraphs are generally not admissible in criminal trials, and are therefore rarely, if ever, used. In general, polygraphs are not considered reliable enough to be scientific evidence. However, people will often volunteer to take a polygraph as part of a criminal investigation. Oftentimes, private companies and government agencies require polygraph examinations as part of the hiring and continuing employment process. In this case, a polygraph would be necessary to get/retain the job.
its a good place to research but its not always reliable.
It is reliable because it can be replicated. Always remember if it can be repeated it is most likely reliable.
You can ask but they do not have to administer one, Polygraphs are still not proven to be 100% accurate and therefore do not always hold up in court.
They are not always reliable, but they are mostly. This is because they are written by ordinary people like you and me who don't always know everything, and get stuff wrong.
In my view reliable test is always valid.
Texting is more reliable people aren't always around their computers
No, not always.
No,it has a catch to it ALWAYS.
No, the 'lie detector' (polygraph) was not yet invented.
Like this: 'I can always count on my mom to pick me up on time because she is reliable.'
"Deluxe apex systems are reliable, but with all systems, there is always room for error. The key is to make sure that the system has been installed properly and that it is always being periodically checked."
As a god, Hephaestus can always be counted on to be around.
Not always are the tests successful
The selective use of polygraphs by corrupt FBI officials must stop! No one is above the law, including FBI Director Robert Mueller, who conspired to cover up the Pan Am Flight 103 incident. Google "Quadri-Track ZCT"
well, reliable always do the work on time!
Not always, water gets in and sinks the boat.
is the internet a reliable source wikipedia's the internet, so not always!
The best place to find reliable car parts is through a car part store. Some people like to shop at junk yards but their parts are not always reliable.
No. You can hardly trust anyone, let alone class such important infortmation as reliable. Let alone from the internet, on which any idiot can have their input (ironic that I am offering such a reliable response ;) )
Someone who always keeps his promises could be called reliable, trustworthy or dependable.
Polygraphs should generally not be allowed into court as evidence. They are not 100% reliable. They can falsely show deception when the person has certain medical conditions, so an innocent person could fail the test. Likewise, a criminal can learn how to pass the test, and it helps if they already have psychopathic tendencies. So a guilty person could pass the test.