CPS Lie Detector Test in Michigan

If you’ve been accused of child abuse or neglect, there is a lot on the line. You could potentially face criminal charges and lose all parental rights. If you want to avoid these damaging consequences, you need to hire a CPS defense attorney as soon as possible. Defendants frequently make the mistake of assuming that CPS workers will uncover the truth. This, unfortunately, is often not the case. You need a lawyer who has handled multiple cases involving children under the age of 18 to aggressively battle on your behalf. You attorney will walk alongside you throughout every stage of your case, advising you of the best course of action and proactively defending your legal rights. The Grabel & Associates team has a proven track record that speaks to our knowledge and skill. We know the ins and outs of the child abuse and neglect investigation process, and will work to protect you from overzealous CPS workers. Reach out to our talented team of attorneys to receive a free initial case consultation today. We’re willing to step in at any stage of your case and starting fighting for you.

Should I Take A Lie Detector Test?

If a CPS worker is investigating you for child abuse or neglect, he or she may ask you to take a lie detector test. If you’re innocent, you may not see the problem with this. Unfortunately, lie detector test results can be skewed or misinterpreted in a way that makes you appear guilty even if you’re not. Because criminal charges may result from a lie detector test, you should always consult an attorney before agreeing to take a polygraph test. Polygraph tests are an opportunity for a CPS worker to interview you without legal representation present. They may use this opportunity to attempt to convince you to confess to a crime you may not have commit, or to frame questions in ways that trap you.

If the government tells you that you did not pass your lie detector test, you may feel hopeless and agree to something that will harm you and your child in the long run. Your lawyer will help you determine if it is in your best interest to submit to the test, or if it could potentially be damaging to your case. If you need help making decisions about how to proceed in your child abuse and neglect investigation, reach out to the Grabel & Associates team today.

Challenging Polygraph Test Results

If a CPS worker convinced you to take a lie detector test and wrongfully determined that you are guilty of child abuse or neglect, you’ll need to contact an attorney as soon as you can. It is difficult to disprove polygraph test results, but it is possible. The attorneys at Grabel & Associates have years of experience working with polygraph results and will tirelessly fight to prove that the questions were flawed or that the testing environment was disruptive. We will also check to see if the data was interpreted incorrectly. If necessary, our reputable, private polygraph analyst will conduct a new test to demonstrate your innocence and help combat potential criminal charges. If you need help combating coercive CPS investigation tactics, give our firm a call right now.

Our Approach to Child Abuse and Neglect Cases in Michigan

Our team of lawyers has been working in Michigan for over 15 years. We understand how polygraph examinations work and will help you decide if submitting to testing is a wise decision for you. If you choose to take a polygraph test, we’ll work to prepare you for the questions you may be asked and walk you through the testing process so you’re not caught off guard by anything. To take the first step towards clearing your name, secure our services by calling our toll-free hotline today. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to start working on your case.

Contact Us to Combat Child Abuse and Neglect Charges

To speak with a seasoned case analyst about lie detector tests and your child abuse or neglect case, call 1-800-342-7896 or fill out our online contact form. We’ll provide you with a free initial case consultation and get you on track to receiving your desired outcome.