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Do Maryland Lie Detector tests really work?

Yes, Maryland lie detector tests do work. Polygraph’s are so effective that the CIA, FBI, NSA, DIA, DHS, ICE, Military and Police all currently use polygraphs during the hiring/screening process as well as during investigations. According to the American Polygraph Association (APA) validated polygraph techniques test with an accuracy of 80% – 90% with some studies showing 93% – 95% accuracy on select exams. Validate, LLC only uses validated polygraph techniques to ensure the highest level of accuracy with all of our tests.

EyeDetect Lie Detector Tests offer a consistent 90% accuracy rate for single issue exams and 86% accuracy rate for applicant screening. When you use both the EyeDetect and Polygraph exams together as a successive hurdles testing process, the outcome confidence rate goes up to 96.6%.

When and how will I receive my lie detector test results?

The official results will be emailed to the Subject and any other authorized party the same day of your appointment. The official results are usually emailed within a couple of hours after the appointment but sometimes it may take up to 24 hours depending upon the case complexity. For safety reasons, we do not give results verbally in-person, in-office. This means the Subject will not know the official results when they leave our office.

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What kind of experience, training and qualifications does the Maryland Polygraph Examiner have?

Investigator Nash is an experienced, professional and very well trained Maryland polygraph examiner, interviewer, interrogator and over-all deception detection specialists. Nash is a veteran of the U.S. Navy where she worked in military intelligence. She was a prior Special Investigator (contractor) for NBIB/OPM specializing in counterintelligence, insider threats and background investigations. . Nash graduated from an American Polygraph Association (APA) approved polygraph school and continues her polygraph training every two years. In addition to her polygraph training, Nash undergoes advanced written analysis, verbal and non-verbal deception detection, interviewing, interrogations, elicitation and OSINT training on a continuous basis. Nash is currently the only private examiner in Maryland to offer EyeDetect. Due to the high quality of her exams and advanced capabilities, Nash is one of the top Maryland polygraph examiners of choice by several therapists, counselors and accountability recovery groups with clients traveling from VA, PA, DE, NJ and all over Maryland to test with her.

How do you know what questions to ask?

After you have scheduled and paid for your exam, you will need to complete the four (4) forms listed below. These forms give you the opportunity to tell us your side of the story, what questions and concerns you have. Based off the forms and the interview with the Subject on the day of the exam, the polygraph examiner will formulate anywhere from 1 – 4 relevant questions to be asked on the polygraph exam. Please note that EyeDetect exams are written in advance prior to your appointment so the one question asked on the exam must be pre-determined no less than 72 hours prior to your appointment. All four (4) forms below are required and must be submitted no less than 72 business hours prior to the examination date.


Three (3) of the forms are ONLY to be completed by the Subject taking the exam. Nobody else but the Subject may complete these forms. Click the name of the form to be taken to the online form and once complete submit online. These forms will take the Subject about 20-40 minutes to complete. It is highly recommended you do not complete these forms on a phone but use a laptop or a computer.


One (1) of the forms is ONLY to be completed by the Accuser / Victim who is making the allegation. Nobody else but the Victim/Accuser may complete this form. The Victim/Accuser forms will take about 20 minutes to complete. It is highly recommended you do not complete this form on a phone but use a laptop or a computer.

These forms are only to be completed after you have scheduled and paid for your exam. These forms are your opportunity to share your side of the story, concerns and even evidence. Based off the information collected in the forms and the interview with the Subject on the examination day, the polygraph examiner will formulate anywhere from 1 – 4 questions depending upon the exam type.

All forms are HIPAA compliant to protect your information and privacy. All forms are required and are due no less than 48 business hours prior to the examination date and time. Failure to provide any of the above forms may result in rescheduling of the appointment or cancelation of services without refund.

What type of exams do you specialize in?

Investigator Nash specializes in private, civil exams of a relationship or sexual nature to include:

  • Infidelity / Cheating
  • Marriage / Couple’s Therapeutic Exams
  • Virtual / Online / Cyber Sex & Relationships
  • Sex Addiction including Acting Out, Porn & Fetish
  • Full Disclosure Statement Validations
  • CSAT / ASAT Recommended Exams
  • Rape / Sexual Assault
  • Molestation / Pedophilia
  • Victim Testing
  • Post-Conviction Sex Offender
  • Illegal Sex Acts (Prostitution, Human Trafficking, etc..)
  • Criminal Testing up to & including Murder
  • Applicant Screening & Pre-Employment



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