U.S. Open Referee Charged With Murder Passes Lie-Detector Test

Profession tennis ref Lois Goodman is charged with killer her 80-year-old husband.
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Transcript for U.S. Open Referee Charged With Murder Passes Lie-Detector Test
We begin with the latest twist of the case of the pro tennis ref, charged with killing her 80-year-old husband. Lois goodman passed a lie detector test. First, here's dan harris with the details. Reporter: Lois goodman's attorney said she passed that lygraph with flying colors. The lawyers shared the results with the d.A. And they're hoping these charges will be dropped. From the moment lois goodman was arrested, just days before the u.S. Open in august, still wearing her referee uniform, the family of this line ref, who has seen matches between some of the top tennis players in the world, launched an aggressive legal and p.R. Campaign to clear her name. Mrs. Goodman couldn't wait to take this test. She couldn't wait to tell the truth. Reporter: The latest salvo, the results of the polygraph tests, administered by retired fbi agent, jack comarco, which says that she showed no signs of deception when asked the key question. Did you kill alan goodman? There was no reaction to attached to the answers she gave, which was no. Reporter: His verdict? Innocent woman. Reporter: Goodman said her husband died this past april when he fell down the stairs and hit his head. Prosecutors say goodman murdered her husband, hitting him with a coffee cup, stabbing him with a shard and getting a manicure. Investigators say they found evidence she was possibly having an affair. Was she asked about th preposterous. It was a nonessential question. The question was whether or not she murdered her husband. And the answer was no. Reporter: Lois goodman is now out on bail, confined to her home. Her daughter says her mom is still in shock. She has a huge heart. And everything that's been in the press has just been very negati negative. And it's not her. Reporter: It's been tough on her family. No comment from the d.A.'S office on the polygraph results. Her lawyers insist alan goodman's death was a freak accident. As for the allegations of an extramarital affair, police spoke to the man who is supposed to be her lover. And he has denied it.

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