In Selvi v. State of Karnataka (May 5, 2010), the Supreme Court of India (left) dealt with lie detector, narcoanalysis and brain-mapping evidence. Exhaustively surveying the pertinent authorities, the court referred to United States v. Scheffer and Mil. R. Evid. 707. Held, the impugned techniques violate both the right against self-incrimination and substantive due process.

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