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This is the most common type of investigative request the library receives.Document examiners are experts who authenticate the source of handwritten and typewritten documents.Invasive examination techniques require samples to be taken from the document.Therefore, it is important to remember that all non-invasive forensic examinations and comparisons must be completed prior to invasive examinations in order to avoid loss of potential evidence.

FDS also undertakes non-invasive forensic examinations of papers as well as writing and printing inks.

Areas of expertise include wills, real estate records, altered medical and dental records, and anonymous writings. All aspects of document examinations in criminal and civil cases conducted to determine authenticity or alteration in Medical Records Wills Business Records Contracts. Testified at least 200 times as an expert in documents handwriting.

(See also Handwriting Analysis) Document Examination Forensic experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Florida legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Florida.30 years experience as a Forensic Document Examiner and has testified in State and Federal courts. I conduct examinations and comparisons of handwriting numerals typewriting and mechanical impressions in order to establish if a document is authentic or non-authentic. Trained with the FBI and US Army.20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.

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Someone trying to sell a baseball allegedly signed by Babe Ruth in the early 1920s, or pass off documents as older than they really are, is up against a serious foe: The United States Secret Service.