1. James’ Case for Drug Use
When our client’s son’s behavior and attitude changed over time, she decided to book our Essex lie detector test service to find out and establish why.
Abby’s 19 yr old son, James, had always been a well-adjusted teenager until his parents divorced and father left the home. During the six months following his father’s departure Abby noticed significant changes in her son that became a concern.
He stopped going to college and started staying out late and hanging around with a different group of friends. James had become very withdrawn and extremely secretive in where he had been or what he was doing, taking questions from Abby as an inconvenience.
One night as she sat up waiting for James to come home, she decided to look through James’ bedroom for clues as to why his behavior had changed so drastically, was it the divorce or was it something else.
In the back of her mind, she knew James was close to his dad and really missed him. In lots of ways she felt so guilty searching through his belongings but was alarmed when she found a small bag hidden in a drawer that contained a small amount of white powder.
Rather than conform James with this Abby waited until the morning and spoke to him, he denied the drugs were his and refused to answer any more questions which really worried Abby. Was he telling the truth or had her son been using drugs?
Abby consulted with James’ father and they decided to book a polygraph test in Essex to get the truth from James, as he was reliant upon their financial support, he was unable to refuse.
In the pre-test James broke down with the examiner and admitted he had been using Cocaine for the last six months but he had recently stopped.
Questions for the test were set accordingly and we were able to offer not only a confession to Abby but proof certain aspects of James’ drug abuse were true.
He is now having counseling and his relationship with his mother has improved and he is back at college.
2. Professional Athlete takes a test to prove his statement
On Tuesday evening I ran a lie detector test on a professional swimmer called Rishi. He originally approached Lie Detectors UK a few weeks ago and we had a discussion on why he needed to take a test and what he was looking to gain from it. Initially I thought the request strange but on reflection understood and saw the bigger picture.
Rishi wished to prove that during a certain time frame he had swum over 750 miles whilst he was in training, he told me he swum a minimum of three days a week for 6 hours a time and had logged his sessions and the lengths he had swum. He wished to take a lie detector test to prove he had swum 750 miles to show potential sponsors his ability and commitment as he starts his training again. Rishi did very well and everyone at Lie Detectors UK wish him the very best in his swimming career.