NITV Awarded Second Patent

West Palm Beach, FL – August 14, 2009 — The National Institute for Truth Verification (NITV) is pleased to announce the US Patent Office has awarded our Founder, Charles Humble, a second patent for the CVSA II (Computer Voice Stress Analyzer). US Patent # 7,571,101 for “Quantifying Psychological Stress Levels Using Voice Patterns” was awarded to Charles Humble on August 4, 2009. His first patent, US Patent # 7,321,855, “Method for Quantifying Psychological Stress Levels Using Voice Patterns Samples,” which patented the groundbreaking Final Analysis Confirmation Tool (FACT) scoring algorithm was awarded in 2008. Charles Humble’s latest patent revolutionizes the process of quantifying voice stress analysis patterns of the CVSA II, and is a quantum leap in technological innovation for the voice stress analysis industry. This latest patent ensures the continued dominance of the CVSA II in the voice stress analysis and truth verification markets, and ensures the most accurate quantification of CVSA II results, far surpassing both the polygraph and all other voice stress analysis technologies.

The award of a second patent to NITV came as no surprise to the truth verification industry, as the CVSA II dominates this field with over 1,800 law enforcement agencies, federal agencies and the US military as clients. The CVSA II is the only patented forensic truth verification system and the only system deemed so unique to the fields of truth verification, algorithm development and the scientific method of quantification that it has now been awarded a second patent by the US Government.

The widely acclaimed CVSA II accurately scores voice patterns for stress levels and then evaluates the entire examination to render a ‘No Deception Indicated’ or ‘Deception Indicated’ result, eliminating possible bias during the examination process. Since the release of the CVSA II with the FACT scoring algorithm in early 2007, over 850 CVSA II’s have been delivered. “From the Atlanta P.D. to the Nashville P.D. to the California Highway Patrol, this is an investigative tool that has proven itself to be invaluable in the field,” stated Alan Hall, former military intelligence officer and currently Operations Administrator for the NITV.

This second patent award is another crowning achievement for NITV’s Founder, who has devoted thirty-five years to the profession of truth verification and who is directly or indirectly responsible for tens-of-thousands of criminals being brought to justice and many innocent people being cleared of wrongdoing.

For more information on what law enforcement agencies across the US call “One of the most important investigative tools available today,” please visit the NITV’s Web site,, or call 561-798-6280.

Recent Cases:

Louisiana, Bunkie P.D., July 17, 2009 – Chief of Detectives/CVSA Analyst Chad Jeansonne was contacted by the local District Attorney’s Office and requested that he conduct a CVSA exam on a 27 year-old man that had been arrested for raping his son. The subject had convinced his family, defense attorney and many on the prosecutor’s staff that he was being wrongly accused. There was no physical evidence and the subject was about to be released on a judicial order. Chief Jeansonne conducted the CVSA exam and the subject displayed deception when asked if he raped his son. The subject was confronted with the results and he subsequently gave a full confession, astounding both the prosecutors as well as the defense. Chief Jeansonne states that without the CVSA, the subject would have been released and continued to prey upon children. Chief Jeansonne reports that his department continues to rely on the CVSA for both criminal cases as well as pre-employment screening and have found it to be extremely accurate in identifying the deceptive and exonerating the innocent.

Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co. District Attorneys’ Office, July 7, 2009 – Analyst Ray Dupilka reports that when the Latrobe Police Department responded to a report of an unresponsive man in an apartment, they found the body of Mr. Bradley Holnaider, who had apparently been murdered by strangulation. Following a preliminary investigation, Detective Ray Dupilka was joined by detectives from the Westmoreland County District Attorney’s Detective Bureau. After collecting evidence and reviewing the autopsy results, the detectives developed several individuals of interest. One individual of interest, Jay Baird, raised suspicion during his initial interview, and was asked by police to come in to be re-interviewed. During the interview, detectives confronted Baird with both the evidence they had gathered and the inconsistencies in his statements. Baird maintained his innocence and asked, “What can I do to make you believe me?” Detective Dupilka requested that he take a CVSA examination… To read more visit:

Utah, West Valley City P.D., May 27, 2009 – Analyst/Det. Steve O’Camb reports that the upscale community was shocked when a woman was found brutally murdered in her home near Salt Lake City. There were no suspects, no motive, and police were left to screening those with access to the home. One such person was seen on a TV news program consoling and shaking hands with the victims husband. The individual turned out to be an 18-year-old next-door neighbor. He was not considered a suspect but because he lived in close proximity to the victim’s house, he was asked to take a CVSA exam. In Det. O’Camb’s opinion, the charts indicated that the subject was involved in the murder. A ‘cold call’ of the charts was then requested. Analyst/Det. Mike Fossmo conducted the ‘cold call’ and agreed with Det. O’Camb’s call. After being shown the charts and questioned further, the subject finally admitted that he committed the murder. He then led detectives to the murder weapon.