A significant portion of all investigations handled by have included some form of forensic document examination. This service is one of the most instrumental tools in ascertaining how a crime has occurred. By conducting simple handwriting comparisons, or full-scale forensic document examinations, major conclusions can be produced in cases involving:

Conclusions commonly drawn from forensic document examinations and handwriting comparisons can indicate that the following crimes have been committed:

  • Forgery
  • Document falsification
  • Counterfeiting
  • Evidence tampering

As with all other forensic document services conducted by , the forensic document examinations and handwriting comparisons, are skillfully performed by one of our renown forensic experts, who is experienced in the court-directed protocols for evidence handling and testimony as an expert witness. The results of all handwriting comparisons are listed in a forensic document investigative report, and indicate only if the document presented for examination was, or was not written by a specific individual in question. When listing the results of a full forensic examination of a questioned document, the investigative report will specify whether or not evidence of tampering or counterfeiting is present, and where it appears.

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