I would like a 3 page memorandum paper written, please.

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The scoring guide is listed at the bottom. Please be sure to hit the “Distinguished” markers in the paper. No plagiarism.

Polygraph Results

Competencies Addressed in This Assignment

  • Competency 1: Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
  • Competency 3: Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
  • Competency 5: Communicate effectively in writing.

Overview

Polygraph results fail to conform to the Frye doctrine and are therefore inadmissible as evidence in court. This doctrine, enunciated in Frye v. United States (1923) states that, before the results of scientific tests will be admissible as evidence in a trial, the procedures used must be sufficiently established to have gained general acceptance in the particular field to which they belong. Most courts refuse to admit the results of polygraph (lie detector) tests in either civil or criminal proceedings unless admissibility is agreed to by both parties.

Instructions

Polygraph results are frequently used in other situations, such as pre-employment or background tests. If this is the case, it begs the question of why these results should be excluded from courtrooms.

For this assignment, prepare a three-page memorandum to your supervisor, an attorney, addressing the admissibility of polygraph results.

In your memorandum:

  • Analyze the current position of the U.S. Supreme Court with respect to reliability and admissibility of polygraph evidence.
  • Determine the potential impact of Frye v. United States on criminal cases.

Be sure to review the Polygraph Results Scoring Guide to ensure you understand the criteria for this assignment.

Requirements

Your memorandum should meet the following requirements:

  • Written communication: Must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
  • References: A minimum of two references.
  • APA format: Format resources and citations as per current APA style and formatting guidelines.
  • Length of memorandum: Three pages, not including the title page and the references page.
  • Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.

You are required to submit your paper to Turnitin. Once you review your results and make any needed changes, submit your paper for grading.

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Polygraph Results Scoring Guide

Due Date: End of Unit 7.
Percentage of Course Grade: 15%.

Criteria Non-performance Basic Proficient Distinguished
Analyze the current stance of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding reliability and admissibility of polygraph evidence.
45%
Does not analyze the current stance of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding reliability and admissibility of polygraph evidence. Partially analyzes the current stance of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding reliability and admissibility of polygraph evidence. Analyzes the current stance of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding reliability and admissibility of polygraph evidence. Fully analyzes the current stance of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding reliability and admissibility of polygraph evidence.
Determine the impact of Frye v. United States on criminal case law.
45%
Does not determine the impact of Frye v. United States on criminal case law. Partially determines the impact of Frye v. United States on criminal case law. Determines the impact of Frye v. United States on criminal case law. Thoroughly determines the impact of Frye v. United States on criminal case law.
Communicate effectively in writing.
10%
Does not communicate effectively in writing. Communicates in writing in a manner that is not fully articulate in form, format, and content. Communicates effectively in writing. Communicates in writing in a manner that is fully articulate in form, format, and content.

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