EyeDetect is designed to detect deception in individuals. If a person confesses before an EyeDetect test, the exam is no longer necessary for the purpose of detecting deception. If the person were to proceed with the exam and answer the questions truthfully, admitting their guilt, they would not exhibit the same cognitive change that a guilty person exhibits who attempts to conceal their deception. Therefore, there is no real need to conduct an EyeDetect test on a person that has confessed.