Though she stumbled slightly when asked if she would take a lie detector test.
If you recall, Chase took a lie detector test and he passed.
As a Harvard undergraduate, he used systolic blood pressure readings to invent the lie detector test.
She agreed to meet with tabloid editors in New York City and take a lie detector test to back up her claims.
The Enquirer story was written by Robin Mizrahi, who interviewed Ferrier and had arranged for her to take a lie detector test.
But I have seen individuals who have failed the lie detector test and who were just as innocent as they could be.
You heard the story that Blackie had taken some sort of medicine before he took that lie detector test?
Of course, I've no objection at all to your using a lie detector on me.
And if that is not true, let him take a lie detector test and find out whether that is true or not true.
Now Mr. Warren, I don't know if you got any confidence in the lie detector test and the truth serum, and so on.
lie detector n.
A polygraph used to detect possible deception during an interrogation.