A) The judge was correct. If the defendant is a psychopath, he might not show the arousal that most honest people show during a lie detector test, and his results are unlikely to be valid.
B) The judge was in error. The lie detector test proved that the defendant was innocent, and this information should have been admitted to the trial proceedings.
C) The judge was correct. Lie detector tests are much worse than chance in detecting dishonesty.
D) The judge was in error. Lie detector tests are routinely used in courts of law, and the defendant had a right to have this information submitted during his trial.
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