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    Forensic Document Examiner

    What do Forensic Document Examiners do? Not all examinations involve legal entities. We assist law enforcement, attorneys, courts, and individuals.

    Are you a victim of a forgery? Do you think you are a victim of a forgery? Has someone written you a threatening note? I can help you.

    I can guide you through this confusing, sometimes challenging process. I have helped corporations, individuals, and private investigators win their cases based on my expert testimony about a questioned document. Not all examinations involve attorneys.

    Finding and knowing the truth about a signature or document can really put your mind at ease.

      Forensic Document Examination can determine the:
      • Authenticity of documents
      • Origin of documents
      • If the document has been altered
      • Age of a document
      • Type of writing instrument used on a document
      • Author of a document through comparison writings
      What is a document?
      • Any material (mostly paper), but can include walls, blackboards, mirrors, etc...
      • With writing (written in ink, paint, blood, pen, pencil, carbon paper, indention, lipstick)
      • Examples: wills, envelopes, checks, contracts, letters, deeds, time cards, medical records, banking instruments, etc...
      WHY are Forensic Document Examiners necessary?
        To determine if:
      • Documents have been fabricated, embezzled, or counterfeit
      • Document contacts were altered / changed / substituted
      • Documents are in sequential order
      WHEN are Forensic Document Examiners necessary?
      • At crime scenes: bank robbery notes, kidnapping notes, hate mail, confessions, blackmail
      • Corporate minutes, medical records, legal records, check amounts
      • Contested wills, fraud
      WHERE am I?
      • Location is not an issue to examine most documents - the documents may be sent to me
      Forensic Document Examination includes:
    • Alterations
    • Bank Robbery Notes
    • Confessions
    • Contracts
    • Counterfeit
    • Credit Cards
    • Cut & Paste
    • Death Threats
    • Deeds
    • Diplomas
    • Disguise
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    • Gift Certificates
    • Graffiti
    • Hate Mail
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    • Industrial Espionage
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    • Insurance Fraud
    • Medical Malpractice

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