The North Carolina Supreme Court expressly overruled State v. Steele and State v. Milano by its decision in State v. Grier. The Court held that polygraph results are no longer admissible as evidence in civil or criminal trials in North Carolina notwithstanding a prior stipulation by the parties. This note will examine the Court's rationale and the implications of its decision.

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