Our last meeting was no exception.
Ellen Schuetzner is a veteran document examiner who has worked on countless cases over the years from medical malpractice to the mob. She spoke to us about the dying art of handwriting and how difficult it is to forge a signature.
“Two questions I always ask first,” she says. “What is the age of the writer at the time of the sample and what is the medical situation.”
She’s worked on numerous IRS cases, as well as assigned an intern to reassembling shredded documents. (That case took two people three months.)
A truly engrossing talk on a fascinating subject.
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