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Examination of Altered Documents

Presented by Mike Wakshull

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Course Description

Length: 1h 4min    Published: 12/7/2018    
Forensic document examiners are often hired to determine if a document has been altered. Alterations are made in many ways, by persons who believe they are able to avoid detection. But they often leave traces of their misdeeds behind. This presentation offers an overview of the issues related to altered documents, including: - Alteration of records such as mortgage documents, medical records, computer generated documents, and email - Discovery of cut-and-paste signatures - Examining signatures written on digital tablets - Uncovering writing below a scribble-out - Reading writing and typing that is below a sticker
Learning Objectives
* Understand how key records can be altered
* Learn how writing that has been scribbled-out can be uncovered
* Learn how experts can identify cut-and-paste signatures
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Presented By:

Mike Wakshull

Temecula, CA

(951) 252-4929

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"A great presentation that reveals techniques for examination and use of evidence of altered records"

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