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Lie Detector Test Laws by State

Filed under Hiring Workers. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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State laws may require employers to follow certain rules and place restrictions on the use of lie detector tests for employment purposes.

State laws often place restrictions on how lie detector tests can be administered and what can be asked. The restrictions vary widely from state to state. If you're an employer considering the use of a lie detector test for an applicant or an employee, click on any of the shaded states on the map for information regarding the requirements for employers in those states.

If you are considering the use of lie detector tests for your hiring process, consult with your legal advisor.

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  1. Alabama - Using Lie Detector Tests
  2. Alaska - Using Lie Detector Tests
  3. Arizona - Using Lie Detector Tests
  4. Arkansas - Using Lie Detector Tests
  5. California - Using Lie Detector Tests
  6. Colorado - Using Lie Detector Tests
  7. Connecticut - Using Lie Detector Tests
  8. Delaware - Using Lie Detector Tests
  9. District of Columbia - Using Lie Detector Tests
  10. Florida - Using Lie Detector Tests
  11. Georgia - Using Lie Detector Tests
  12. Hawaii - Using Lie Detector Tests
  13. Idaho - Using Lie Detector Tests
  14. Illinois - Using Lie Detector Tests
  15. Indiana - Using Lie Detector Tests
  16. Iowa - Using Lie Detector Tests
  17. Kansas - Using Lie Detector Tests
  18. Kentucky - Using Lie Detector Tests
  19. Louisiana - Using Lie Detector Tests
  20. Maine - Using Lie Detector Tests
  21. Maryland - Using Lie Detector Tests
  22. Massachusetts - Using Lie Detector Tests
  23. Michigan - Using Lie Detector Tests
  24. Minnesota - Using Lie Detector Tests
  25. Mississippi - Using Lie Detector Tests
  1. Missouri - Using Lie Detector Tests
  2. Montana - Using Lie Detector Tests
  3. Nebraska - Using Lie Detector Tests
  4. Nevada - Using Lie Detector Tests
  5. New Hampshire - Using Lie Detector Tests
  6. New Jersey - Using Lie Detector Tests
  7. New Mexico - Using Lie Detector Tests
  8. New York - Using Lie Detector Tests
  9. North Carolina - Using Lie Detector Tests
  10. North Dakota - Using Lie Detector Tests
  11. Ohio - Using Lie Detector Tests
  12. Oklahoma - Using Lie Detector Tests
  13. Oregon - Using Lie Detector Tests
  14. Pennsylvania - Using Lie Detector Tests
  15. Rhode Island - Using Lie Detector Tests
  16. South Carolina - Using Lie Detector Tests
  17. South Dakota - Using Lie Detector Tests
  18. Tennessee - Using Lie Detector Tests
  19. Texas - Using Lie Detector Tests
  20. Utah - Using Lie Detector Tests
  21. Vermont - Using Lie Detector Tests
  22. Virginia - Using Lie Detector Tests
  23. Washington - Using Lie Detector Tests
  24. West - Using Lie Detector Tests
  25. Wisconsin - Using Lie Detector Tests
  26. Wyoming - Using Lie Detector Tests
  27. Using Lie Detector Tests in West Virginia

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