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Professional Growth and Development 2016 Update

The Program Committee for the 2016 Continuing Education Symposium of the Association of Forensic Document Examiners (AFDE), has invited me to speak to their international delegation of forensic experts in October in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. My topic will be: A … Continue reading

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Is That Signature Disguised?

Disguises of signatures work to a certain degree like Halloween costumes. Like a mom being able to identify her kid in a Halloween crowd of trick-or-treaters, in many circumstances, I am able to identify the real writer in cases involving … Continue reading

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Discover My World of Forensic Investigations

Handwriting and document forensics have been my specialty and passion for over 20 years. I continue to be fascinated by this work…no two cases are ever alike! Forensics can be used to help people protect their assets, their reputation, and … Continue reading

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Professional Growth and Development 2015

The Program Committee for 2015 Continuing Education Symposium of the Association of Forensic Document Examiners (AFDE), has invited me to speak to their international delegation of experts, students and guests in October in San Antonio, Texas. I will be offering practical tips … Continue reading

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