This hardbound 450-page book provides attorneys with ideal formats to depose their
experts when laying the foundation for the admissibility of psychophysiological veracity (PV) examination results. It also provides attorneys with examination and cross-examination scripts that will be of immense value
in the identification of valid and faulty PV examinations. Finally, this book will provide experts in forensic psychophysiology with a cookbook of model scripts based on authoritative sources and research data that will prepare
them for the most arduous trials involving PV examinations. This comprehensive 12-chapter book contains a 26-page Glossary of Terms, 51 Figures, 6 Appendices, 4-page alphabetical list of Legal Citations and a 55-page Index.