Third-Party polygraph tests in Korea
Trust a third party over law enforcement to deliver polygraph results you can trust
Never under any circumstances is it a good idea to take a polygraph test
in the custody of law enforcement. This may seem like common sense; and
yet every year, hundreds of service members take polygraph tests in law
enforcement custody—and utterly regret it afterward.
You could be innocent of any crime and feel obligated to prove it. You
could be guilty but think you can outsmart the machinery. It doesn’t matter
why you’re taking the test.
It doesn’t even matter what the results of your test are. The truth is your interrogators will use the results to attempt to secure
an admission of guilt from you. They already know a polygraph can’t
be used in court. But they’re betting that
you don’t know that. So they’ll have you take it and lie to your
face about the results, all in a bid to secure a confession and an easy
court martial victory.
Bilecki & Tipon has seen too many service members get convicted because
of confessions they made after taking a polygraph test in law enforcement
custody. These cases could’ve turned out very different had these
individuals chosen to take the polygraph test with an unbiased third party.
Third party polygraph tests: why they matter
You want to prove your innocence, and you believe a polygraph test is exactly
what you need to do so. But you also want to see and touch the
real results of your test, not hear them spoken by the interrogator that suspects
you of wrongdoing. It’s for this reason that we can utilize a vetted
third party polygrapher, where you can take the test and confirm the results
This also puts the power of those test results in your hands. With a capable
defense team, you could conceivably convince the military to drop the
charges against you. In this scenario, you have all the control, and law
enforcement is left with one less tool in their toolbox to secure an easy
conviction in court.
To set up your third party polygraph test, contact our law offices
Remember, a polygraph test cannot be used against you in court. But it
CAN be used to pressure you into making a confession. It’s likely
that if law enforcement is going through the trouble of having you take
a polygraph test, they’re already planning on filing charges against
you anyway, regardless of the outcome.
Don’t get caught off guard by the results of your polygraph test.
Call the law offices of Bilecki & Tipon TODAY at (808) 996-9747 and we’ll get to work finding a capable third party polygraph expert
that will give you