Q: If someone has filed a false police report against me what can I do? Can I demand a polygraph to avoid arrest!
A: It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible. Polygraphs are not admissible in court.
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A: it is very likely the police will want to speak with you regarding the police report. It would be smart to have an attorney go with you to the interview, as they can advice you during questioning. It is probably best not to speak to the police alone without the benefit of legal counsel.
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