Forensic Handwriting Analysis
To determine handwriting, the forensic examinerstudies the writer's form, movement, skill, pen position, pressures, line quality,
shading, retrace, straight lines, curves, angles, proportions,
slant connections, initial and terminal strokes, alignments,
punctuation, embellishment, deviations, direction of stroke,
lack of connecting strokes, instrument used and the writing
Our forensic determinations have been accepted by the Courts
for forgeries, simulations, tracings, eradications, obliterations,
substitutions, rubber/steel and stamped impressions.
Oriental Forensic Document Analysis
forgeries as to content or signatures.
Dates the signature or content by the physical matching of
paper fibers; photography,( including ultra-violet and infrared)
types of paper, watermarks, writing instruments, writing pressure
and variations; utilizes other types of equipment, microscope
and various light sources.
of genuine coins to simulate collectors items. Coin examination
Authentication of American and Canadian coins; determine if
dates have been changed.
Counterfeit bank notes, bonds and negotiable instruments -
analyze for legitimacy or what type of counterfeit model;
paper and ink analysis and instrumentation and use of printing
Matches or determines the make of typewriter from which the
document was typed by comparing type design, font library
and accidental characteristics with the actual typed document.
Our expert determinations have also been accepted by the courts in
gambling matters such as cheating at play by determining marked
playing cards, loaded dice and rigged wheels of fortune.