My car was stolen then caught on fire. I had an interview with the fire Marshall who then asked me to take a polygraph test at the state police barracks. I want to prove my innocence, but have heard and read that the results are not entirely accurate, and that the police just want to ask more questions.
I would suggest never voluntarily answering questions without an attorney present. This is why wrongful convictions are so prevalent. It may cost you a few hundred dollars, but it is much better than potential negative consequences.
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