Citing Case 66 F. United States District Court, S.
Judges err on the side of qualifying to avoid appeal issues. I will go into this in more detail later. For an excellent analysis of that article, read the response by Marcel Matley published on his web page. The result of this controversy were legal standards for the admittance of handwriting testimony.
Again, for an excellent treatise on this please review anything written by Mr. Matley on the subject on his web site. My focus on this blog will be why Document Examiners and Handwriting Experts often oppose each-other in court and the reasons why and what can be done about it.
Some of this is highlighted in my blog: I want to emphasize that this is an editorial and my opinion only and not a scientific treatise on the subject, which I am sure Mr. Matley and others might be interested in undertaking.
Matley has valiantly attempted to do in his latest treatise on the subject. I and Hannah McFarland separately have compiled some of those cases from our experiences.
We did not collaborate on this. Osborn, parts of his book which are now largely obsolete since much of the focus was on typewriters and now archaic photographic techniques, basically no longer in use as they once were.
Although there have been many excellent books and treatises written in the field, the primary authorities still remain: Well, as I discovered, this book was one of books and treatises written by Mr.
Saudek before his untimely death at age 55 of a septic ulcer. I remember how excited I was when I read it that week-end though I had a difficult time mastering Saudek as many have.
It takes time and patience. So now, my opinion about experts who I have been opposing lately with alarming frequency. The prevailing law in PA is still the same that governs handwriting testimony: There is simply no excuse for not knowing and, of course, following them to the letter. The courts can be very astute in adding to the knowledge expressed in various authorities.
I was hired by the EEOC in that case.
Few practicing experts can say that today. It is totally mind boggling to me how many practicing Documents Examiners there are today who know neither, nor do they follow them.
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