Date: Thursday, August 11, 2016
Time: 12-1 p.m.
Location: Downtown San Diego
MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit.
About this class: Cases such as contracts, probate, and other civil matters occasionally turn on whether a document was signed by or written by a given person. In these instances an attorney turns to a trained forensic handwriting examiner to determine the authenticity of the writing. This presentation introduces the legal professional to the methodologies used by forensic handwriting examiners for determining the authenticity of handwriting and signatures.
Topics covered are:
- Handwriting identification techniques
- The 21 attributes of handwriting examined by forensic document examiners
- When are various tools used to examine handwritten documents?
- What are generally accepted methods of examining handwritten documents?
- What is the basis of handwriting comparison?
- What is the difference among simulated writing and disguised writing?
About our speaker: Mike Wakshull is a court-qualified forensic document examiner. He has been qualified as an expert witness in California Superior Courts and Federal District Court, testifying in cases involving will contests, contract disputes and others.
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