For Law Enforcement Investigations

For Law Enforcement Investigations

A top priority for law enforcement is to quickly eliminate suspects so they know where to focus their limited resources. The CIT can be used by investigative agencies to determine if a suspect has any guilty knowledge of a crime. There is no violation of Miranda rights as the examinees are not asked incriminating questions. In fact, they can remain totally silent during the CIT.

For Defense Attorneys

The CIT can be effectively utilized by criminal defense attorneys to demonstrate that their clients do not have knowledge of specific crime details. As the CIT is not a “lie detection” test and that it has firm scientific underpinnings, we proffer that it could possibly be presented in court as exculpatory evidence.

For Verification of Amnesia

For Verification of Amnesia

The CIT can verify if someone is legitimately suffering from loss of memory or is involved in malingering. This can aid attorneys in civil litigation as well as being an effective tool for psychiatry and psychology.