You should speak with an attorney who specializes in criminal law in your area. On the other hand you can wait until you have been charged and then request that an attorney be appointed for you.
by telling the truth
John A. Larson, who was a medical student in California.
It depends on the issue. $400 is a starting point. Some polygraph examiners will charge as much as $1500 for a polygraph test.
The instrument is a different story. They're now using computerized polygraphs. The software program and equipment will run around $6K. A used analog instrument will run around $1,200
i think about $400.00
Yes, with a base ball bat or some other blunt object.