- handwriting, hand printing and signature examinations
- detection of alterations, additions, deletions, and substitutions
- detection of counterfeits
- decipherments of erasures and/or obliterated text
- restoration of water-soaked, charred, stained, or torn documents
- ink and paper comparison
- faded writing
- paper watermarks and security features
- fracture matches
- shredded document restoration
Meredith DeKalb Miller offers forensic document examination services to meet the needs of all clients. Our services include the analysis, comparison, and evaluation of documentary evidence to determine origin or authenticity, customized training in forensic science, expert witness capabilities, and capacity building for forensic science laboratories.
For document examination services, a written or verbal report is communicated based on the needs of each client. Expert testimony explaining and demonstrating the results of each examination will be provided in a professional manner, if needed, along with depositions and litigation support.
To provide the best possible service, it is highly recommended that clients seek professional representation through an attorney. Should you wish to proceed with a document examination, your attorney should contact our office to begin the review process.
The range of non-destructive forensic document examinations include:
- paper edge examination
- sequence of entry determinations
- printing examinations
- ultraviolet/infrared analysis
- inkjet/laser/photocopier examinations
- document dating
- bindings, staple holes, and paper clip markings
- detection and analysis of indented writing
- rubber stamps
- typewriting examinations
- document authentication
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