I was told about, and asked to participate in, some criminal conduct that a person said he was going to engage in, and I reported the facts to authorities.
Ultimately, I was asked by police to take a "stipulated polygraph." I was told that it would purportedly prevent the person who told me about what criminal activity that he wanted to do, and had asked me to participate in, from trying to impeach me in criminal court proceedings, which, to my knowledge, neither had been, or have been filed against him.
I read about "stipulated polygraph(s)" and, to me, they are used against the person who takes this exam, and not a third party, unless the third party consented, in writing, to have the "stipulated polygraph" results admitted in court.
Can anyone make sense of this? Do I need a lawyer?