Where a defendant has sought the suppression of statements he made during a polygraph examination which was administered as a condition of his probation, the motion must be dismissed because (1) the defendant did not invoke his right to the Fifth Amendment at any time during the polygraph examination and (2) exceptions to punishment and custodial interrogation…
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