1. An examiner or intern shall not render a written or oral opinion based upon his
or her analysis of polygraphic charts without administering two or more charts with
the same questions on at least two of the charts.
2. An examiner or intern shall not render an opinion based upon analysis of polygraphic
charts without affording the person examined an opportunity to explain any physiological
effects recorded on those charts which indicate deception on the part of the person
3. The opinion of an examiner or intern with regard to a polygraphic examination may
refer only to truth or deception on the part of the person examined. An examiner or intern may not give an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the
person examined. An examiner or intern may indicate the person's knowledge of elements of an act
as shown by analysis of polygraphic charts obtained during the conduct of examinations
which measure peaks of tension.
4. An examiner or intern shall advise the person examined of his or her opinion concerning
the person's veracity within a reasonable time after the examination.
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