Attorney David P. Mastagni called a technical glitch of a leading polygraph used by many government agencies a "real significant legal issue" because of the weight some agencies give polygraph in their employment decisions.
Attorney David P. Mastagni called a technical glitch of a leading polygraph used by many government agencies a "real significant legal issue" because of the weight some agencies give polygraph in their employment decisions. Sacramento Bee/MCT
Attorney David P. Mastagni called a technical glitch of a leading polygraph used by many government agencies a "real significant legal issue" because of the weight some agencies give polygraph in their employment decisions. Sacramento Bee/MCT

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