Sex offenders can be required to submit to computerized voice stress analysis as part of their post-release supervision to determine if they are telling the truth, a federal court has ruled. Northern District of New York Chief Judge Norman Mordue ruled that the technique is analogous to polygraph examinations, which have been accepted by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals as a way to monitor the activities of those under post-release supervision.
Court Finds Offenders Can Be Subject to Voice Analysis to Detect Lies
New York Law Journal
October 8, 2009