APNewsBreak: Lawyers: Tennis ref passed polygraph
LOS ANGELES -- The sometimes controversial technique of lie detection by polygraph has entered the case of a professional tennis referee charged with bludgeoning her husband to death with a coffee cup.
Lois Ann Goodman's lawyers told The Associated Press that she passed a privately administered polygraph examination, testing as truthful when she denied any role in her husband's death.
Lawyers for the 70-year-old Goodman said they suggested the district attorney reevaluate the case ...
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