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#65 Oct 2, 2012
The states in which polygraphs are inadmissible include New York, Texas, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia. In these states, even if both parties wish to enter polygraph test results into evidence, it is forbidden (except in very rare scenarios).

Some states, like New York and Texas, forbid their use completely in all employment and law enforcement contexts.

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#66 Oct 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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Not sure where you claim to have been a DA or judge, but certainly aren't serious about the polygraph results? In Texas a polygraph can be used to verify suspected violation of bond or probation and can be used to send someone to jail for a violation of their terms of bond or probation if they fail. AND, if the court orders it, it has to be paid for by the defendant and can be ordered as frequently as the judge deems necessary. For example, a person on bond awaiting trial for DUI or for a sex related crime can be ordered to polygraph once a month, at a cost of $700 each time, to verify they haven't driven (in the case of someone on bond for DUI) or looked at port (in the case of someone on bond for a sex crime). That is the absolute truth, and I have seen it done and recently heard a judge ponder it in a felony court in Harris County.
where did you study law ????

States That Allow Polygraph Results in Court

Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Delaware
Georgia
Idaho
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
North Dakota
Ohio
Utah
Washington
Wyoming
I don't see .......TEXAS .....

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#67 Oct 2, 2012
tallyho wrote:
you did see this specific correct ??
There is a reason that lie detector test results are not generally admissible in court
read the qualifier and of course it is a state to state call....
since I don't have a license to practice in Texas , I will have to accept your learned word for the info...
can you give me the Texas penal code on lie detectors please ...
If I felt like doing the search and reading the penal code (and I often do such things just for fun, and when I don't have time or it isn't fun I call on my super-smart, super-cool police officer family members to help me out)(Oh, and I also read the family and civil codes sometimes, too), yes I could read it, understand it, and regurgitate it for you because I'm just awesome like that. I also pray daily for a jury summons to show up in my mailbox, but that's another story. However, I am not inclined to do such a thing for you because I find you to be a generally disagreeable, ignorant, hateful person for the way you talk to heavy. I don't know the man and have no reason to believe or disbelieve him (actually, I have seen the LPPD in action in manufacturing a felony against someone, so I do lend a certain listening ear to some of what he says), but I despise the way that those of you who claim to be human beings talk to him. So far today I have seen at least three posts requesting he kill himself. As someone who has lost a close family member to suicide I find it to be a particularly low specimen of a human being who would say such a thing or associate with those who do. Also, I don't like your picture, you sound like someone who would speak with a phony British accent (like Madonna), and you are routinely condescending to others in general. If you are a former DA and retired judge (I tend not to believe you for you show a general ignorance of the way our justice system operates, but maybe it's just a Texas "thang") with internet access, you are more than welcome to find it yourself (findlaw is an ok place to start or you can go to www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us ). As for me, my truthfulness has never been called into question. I have seen this used once and pondered once. I am personally aware that it was used (in combination with other factors) to revoke the probation of a person on probation for a sexual crime, and it was pondered by a judge as a way to verify a person on pretrial supervision for DUI was not driving. In the final example it ended up not being used as another solution was found. I definitely do not need to be schooled on the pitfalls of a polygraph. There are people who are able to pass them while lying and people who can fail them while telling the truth. Nevertheless, they are used in Texas courts in a non-trial setting.

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#68 Oct 2, 2012
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
where did you study law ????
States That Allow Polygraph Results in Court
Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Delaware
Georgia
Idaho
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
North Dakota
Ohio
Utah
Washington
Wyoming
I don't see .......TEXAS .....
Well, let's see, a pompous raisin head with the ability to do a three second internet search and copy/paste it onto topix or someone in Texas with more than a rudimentary knowledge of some Texas legal stuff? As I have said before, my occupation requires my fingerprints to be registered with the state. Even my worst enemies don't claim that lying is one of my faults. I don't justify myself to pompous raisin heads, anyway.

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#69 Oct 2, 2012
tallyho wrote:
I can't take this nitwit any longer ,
LOL

You just started!!!

LOL

I've got people here I've been fighting harder with than you for FOUR YEARS!!!!

If you're going to give up now...

LOL

Could not prove a single lie, huh?

Many have tried... none have succeed.

Anyone finds a single lie by me on my website... I will shut it down permanently.

www.HeavyFed.com

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#70 Oct 2, 2012
tallyho wrote:
A]. Using a Polygraph Test in a Child Protective Services Case
Posted on Feb 26, 2012 10:28pm PST
Using a Polygraph Test in a Child Protective Services Case
The law in Texas is very clear, polygraph tests are NOT admissible in court. Not only are the results of a polygraph inadmissible in a court, but the mere mention that a person has taken a polygraph is also not allowed in Texas courts.
have to believe this code is still in effect??
do you have an update..........
The law in Texas is very clear, polygraph tests are NOT admissible in court. Not only are the results of a polygraph inadmissible in a court, but the mere mention that a person has taken a polygraph is also not allowed in Texas courts.
Wow, you are the king of the "quick-search-copy-paste " maneuver. I guess that's all the credit I can give you since you are still wrong. Do me a favor and call the Harris County Criminal Courts building and see if you can find out how wrong you are. Pick a felony court. Oh, wait, you would have to know which ones those are. Let's see, you can go to the record of today's criminal filings, figure out which ones are felonies, find out which courts they are assigned to, and call one of them. I just want to see you do something more difficult than a three second internet search.I thought you were a pompous raisin head. Turns out you are a pompous boiled peanut. I had to downgrade you because of this sorry answer. Please don't sink any lower.

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#71 Oct 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, you are the king of the "quick-search-copy-paste " maneuver. I guess that's all the credit I can give you since you are still wrong. Do me a favor and call the Harris County Criminal Courts building and see if you can find out how wrong you are. Pick a felony court. Oh, wait, you would have to know which ones those are. Let's see, you can go to the record of today's criminal filings, figure out which ones are felonies, find out which courts they are assigned to, and call one of them. I just want to see you do something more difficult than a three second internet search.I thought you were a pompous raisin head. Turns out you are a pompous boiled peanut. I had to downgrade you because of this sorry answer. Please don't sink any lower.
Oh... wow!

I REALLY like you!!!

I hope you stick around!!!

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#72 Oct 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, you are the king of the "quick-search-copy-paste " maneuver. I guess that's all the credit I can give you since you are still wrong. Do me a favor and call the Harris County Criminal Courts building and see if you can find out how wrong you are. Pick a felony court. Oh, wait, you would have to know which ones those are. Let's see, you can go to the record of today's criminal filings, figure out which ones are felonies, find out which courts they are assigned to, and call one of them. I just want to see you do something more difficult than a three second internet search.I thought you were a pompous raisin head. Turns out you are a pompous boiled peanut. I had to downgrade you because of this sorry answer. Please don't sink any lower.
Oh, hell. I'll just put it as nicely as I can. You are dumber than a twisted turd. Let me explain it. We have what we call statutes. You may know them by their simpler term as "laws". What you have posted is not a statute. It may be someone's interpretation of a statute, but it is, I assure you, not a statute. Let me know when you find one. I gave you a couple of places to start. You really aren't capable of doing an internet search more complicated than a quick-search, are you? It's the only reason I can think of why you keep coming up with these totally irrelevant answers to stuff. I really wasn't joking about putting that special helmet on before you go to bed. I think you also ought to confirm with the facility staff that your bed is in it's lowest position. I realize you aren't allowed to use the crank, but I'm sure one of them will lower the bed for you. Oh, and stop cheeking your meds. They really will help. I've told you these things before, but what with your comprehension issues and all, it bears repeating. It's ok. I'll be happy to tell you again tomorrow. Better yet, if you just let me know what facility you are housed in I will write your attendants a nice letter with some suggestions for improving your care.

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Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#73 Oct 2, 2012
Heavy Fed wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh... wow!
I REALLY like you!!!
I hope you stick around!!!
I have so much fun when I can't sleep. I'm sure I'll be charged with a felony any day now.

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#74 Oct 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, hell. I'll just put it as nicely as I can. You are dumber than a twisted turd. Let me explain it. We have what we call statutes. You may know them by their simpler term as "laws". What you have posted is not a statute. It may be someone's interpretation of a statute, but it is, I assure you, not a statute. Let me know when you find one. I gave you a couple of places to start. You really aren't capable of doing an internet search more complicated than a quick-search, are you? It's the only reason I can think of why you keep coming up with these totally irrelevant answers to stuff. I really wasn't joking about putting that special helmet on before you go to bed. I think you also ought to confirm with the facility staff that your bed is in it's lowest position. I realize you aren't allowed to use the crank, but I'm sure one of them will lower the bed for you. Oh, and stop cheeking your meds. They really will help. I've told you these things before, but what with your comprehension issues and all, it bears repeating. It's ok. I'll be happy to tell you again tomorrow. Better yet, if you just let me know what facility you are housed in I will write your attendants a nice letter with some suggestions for improving your care.
OMG!!!

I absolutely LOVE you!!!

You put people in their place in such a funny and respectful way.

I tend to lose my patients with the idiots and lump them all together in my mind... so I tend to be a bit more short.

Keep up the great work!!!

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#75 Oct 2, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
<quoted text>
I have so much fun when I can't sleep. I'm sure I'll be charged with a felony any day now.
Yep... better watch out too!!

LOL

With LPPD's new court of records... they have their own judge to give them warrants to look into anything they want to look into!!!

Can you say, GESTAPO?

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Since: Sep 12

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#76 Oct 3, 2012
Heavy Fed wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep... better watch out too!!
LOL
With LPPD's new court of records... they have their own judge to give them warrants to look into anything they want to look into!!!
Can you say, GESTAPO?
Oh, I have not doubt that they could do whatever they felt necessary to find out my real identity and stick it to me and/or my family. Ok, well if I disappear just check the Harris County records for all the felony charges the next day. One of them is bound to be mine.

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#77 Oct 3, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, I have not doubt that they could do whatever they felt necessary to find out my real identity and stick it to me and/or my family. Ok, well if I disappear just check the Harris County records for all the felony charges the next day. One of them is bound to be mine.
LOL

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#78 Oct 3, 2012
codes are right here ...

TRANSPORTATION CODE

TITLE 7. VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC

SUBTITLE B. DRIVER'S LICENSES AND PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION CARDS

CHAPTER 524. ADMINISTRATIVE SUSPENSION OF DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR FAILURE TO PASS TEST FOR INTOXICATION

SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS

you can read ..........

Statute - As a source of law, statutes are considered primary authority (as opposed to secondary authority). Ideally all statutes must be in harmony with the fundamental law

Law-binding custom or practice of a community : a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding

and frankly I don't care if your ass is registered

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#79 Oct 3, 2012
tallyho wrote:
codes are right here ...
TRANSPORTATION CODE
TITLE 7. VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC
SUBTITLE B. DRIVER'S LICENSES AND PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION CARDS
CHAPTER 524. ADMINISTRATIVE SUSPENSION OF DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR FAILURE TO PASS TEST FOR INTOXICATION
SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
you can read ..........
Statute - As a source of law, statutes are considered primary authority (as opposed to secondary authority). Ideally all statutes must be in harmony with the fundamental law
Law-binding custom or practice of a community : a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding
and frankly I don't care if your ass is registered
Yeah, Tally... you've lost any respect you had in THIS forum.

You've been chewed up and spit out.

Luckily for you, Topix has thousands of other forums that did not witness it.

You can still hold your head up high in THOSE forums.

LOL

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#80 Oct 3, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, let's see, a pompous raisin head with the ability to do a three second internet search and copy/paste it onto topix or someone in Texas with more than a rudimentary knowledge of some Texas legal stuff? As I have said before, my occupation requires my fingerprints to be registered with the state. Even my worst enemies don't claim that lying is one of my faults. I don't justify myself to pompous raisin heads, anyway.
get a grip because your sobriquet fits you well....

Texas Polygraph Landmark Cases:

Admissibility: Inadmissible.

Ex parte Renfro, 999 S.W.2d 557 (Tex.App. 1999)(Court could properly
condition community-supervised probation on periodic polygraph exams.)

Marcum v. State, 983 S.W.2d 762 (Tex.App. 14th Dist. 1998)(Polygraph
examination administered as part of a court-ordered condition of probation is
not an in-custody interrogation for purposes of triggering the need to give
Miranda warning.)

now since I don't have the library of law books from the state of TEXAS in front of me ... here

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#81 Oct 3, 2012
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, let's see, a pompous raisin head with the ability to do a three second internet search and copy/paste it onto topix or someone in Texas with more than a rudimentary knowledge of some Texas legal stuff? As I have said before, my occupation requires my fingerprints to be registered with the state. Even my worst enemies don't claim that lying is one of my faults. I don't justify myself to pompous raisin heads, anyway.
just dismiss this resource because you don't see TEXAS ,, okie dokie Matlock

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#82 Oct 3, 2012
Heavy Fed wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, Tally... you've lost any respect you had in THIS forum.
You've been chewed up and spit out.
Luckily for you, Topix has thousands of other forums that did not witness it.
You can still hold your head up high in THOSE forums.
LOL
I can not tell you how dev·as·tat·ed that leaves me

thanks for sparing my life ,

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#83 Oct 3, 2012
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
get a grip because your sobriquet fits you well....
Texas Polygraph Landmark Cases:
Admissibility: Inadmissible.
Ex parte Renfro, 999 S.W.2d 557 (Tex.App. 1999)(Court could properly
condition community-supervised probation on periodic polygraph exams.)
Marcum v. State, 983 S.W.2d 762 (Tex.App. 14th Dist. 1998)(Polygraph
examination administered as part of a court-ordered condition of probation is
not an in-custody interrogation for purposes of triggering the need to give
Miranda warning.)
now since I don't have the library of law books from the state of TEXAS in front of me ... here
Oh Tally... now you're just embarrassing yourself.

I'm really starting to doubt your story of being a judge.

I've never seen a judge so quick to jump to false conclusions... and think he has something real.

You keep doing it over and over.

If you were a judge... I think I know why you aren't one anymore.

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#84 Oct 3, 2012
tallyho wrote:
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I can not tell you how dev·as·tat·ed that leaves me
thanks for sparing my life ,
This forum is full of sharks... here you're just a little fish.

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