Information sheets
This Information Sheet is a general guide to the scope of forensic document examination, and the techniques and equipment used in the scientific examination of questioned documents.
This Information Sheet is about the forensic examination of signatures. It not only stresses the need to examine original documents in a laboratory, but also provides guidance on the number and nature of appropriate comparison material needed.
This Information Sheet is about the forensic examination of handwriting. It not only stresses the need to examine original documents in a laboratory, but also provides guidance on the number and nature of appropriate comparison material needed.
This Information Sheet describes some of the features of documents which can be exploited to date them.
This Information Sheet provides Dr Audrey Giles's CV.

This Information Sheet shows how Raman Spectroscopy can be used as an additional tool in distinguishing inks.
Whilst Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules provides directions for instructing Experts, this Information Sheet provides additional helpful advice on writing instructions for the Expert.

Other Information Sheets are available which provide more specific information in the field of Forensic Document Examination and are available on request.

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