New Hampshire (Memo)
A memo prohibiting asking or requiring a victim of an alleged sexual offense to take a polygraph, signed by the Attorney General, was circulated to all law enforcement, prosecution and government officials.
New Jersey (Attorney General Law Enforcement Directive No. 2009-1)
Law enforcement agencies and officers in New Jersey are barred from asking or requiring victims of sexual offenses to undergo examination using a polygraph or other truth-telling device as a condition of case investigation. The victim’s refusal to submit to such an examination may not affect case investigation, charging, or prosecution.
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