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Federal Bar: Polygraphs in Criminal Cases

March 11, 2020 brown bag CLE program.
When Mar 11, 2020
from 12:15 PM to 01:15 PM
Where 19th floor conference room at USDC 700 Stewart Street, Seattle
Contact Name
Contact Phone 206-623-1302
Attendees Attendance at WACDL seminars is limited to WACDL members and those eligible for WACDL membership. Lawyers, law students, and non-lawyers are eligible for WACDL membership if they are not now engaged full or part-time in the prosecution or law enforcement investigation of criminal cases, and if they are not engaged in a full-time judicial function.
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Mark Merod will present on the use of polygraphs in criminal cases.


Pre-registration for Federal Bar CLE programs is not required; please register at the door. The fee is $15/program (or five for $50).

CLE credit

This program has been approved for one hour of Washington MCLE law & legal credit.


Mark Merod retired as a Detective Sergeant with 29 years of investigative experience in law enforcement. He has conducted criminal investigations involving property crimes, financial crimes, sexual assault, child abuse, aggravated assault, arson, homicide and missing persons. Mark completed his polygraph training at the Backster School of Lie Detection in 2008, an American Polygraph Association (APA) approved polygraph school and is a nationally certified examiner. Mark completed additional polygraph training in post-conviction sex offender testing (PCSOT) certifying him to examine high risk supervised sex offenders upon their release from custody. As a polygraph examiner since 2008, Mark has conducted over 1500+ examinations in conjunction with criminal investigations, sex offender testing, pre-employment examinations as part of law enforcement, corrections, 911 center and support staff background screening as well as fidelity and relationship exams. Mark conducts examinations for attorney's, therapists, counselors, community corrections, law enforcement agencies and those requesting examinations for relationship issues


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