Forensic Document Analysis – Forensic Handwriting Analysis
Do you have a case that requires professional analysis by a Certified Questioned Document Examiner. Perhaps you suspect that someone has signed your name to a document, or unfamiliar changes were made to important papers.
Besides identifying handwriting, a forensic document examiner, sometimes referred to as a Questioned Document Examiner (QDE), does much more. A document contains all kinds of information that could be helpful for your case. I can determine such things as whether there have been alterations made and whether the document is original. An examination can also include deciphering obliterated writing or erasures and developing indented writing that would otherwise be invisible, among many other things. My state-of-the-art laboratory is well equipped to handle a full range of non-destructive exams required. Don’t hesitate to call me any time if you have questions about my services.
You are welcome to contact me at 888-760-0339.
Do you or your client question the validity of a document? As a forensic document examiner and handwriting expert, I may be able to assist you both as a consultant and as an expert witness. I have testified in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego courts and have been deposed in civil litigation cases.
I am certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners (D-ABFDE) and I am a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS.org) and SWAFDE.org, the Southwestern Association of Forensic Document Examiners. My training, with Manny Gonzales (former SDPD document examiner), conformed to the guidelines set forth by the Scientific Working Group for Forensic Document Examiners (SWGDOC.org). For more details of my qualifications, my CV (resume) is updated regularly.
See the informational pages for answers to questions you may have and to help you understand a bit more about the job of a Forensic Document Examiner and how you, as the client, can help make the process more efficient by preparing the evidence you would like me to use for your document examination.
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ABFDE - American Board of Forensic Document Examiners
SWAFDE – Southwestern Assn. of Forensic Document Examiners
AAFS – American Academy of Forensic Sciences (documents section)
IAI – International Assn. for Identification (documents section)
NNA – National Notary Assn.
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