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chapter 10 forensics

forensics chapter 10

TermDefinition
counterfeiting production of an imitation of currency, works of art, documents, and name brand look-alikes for the purpose of deception
document analysis examination of questioned documents with known materials for a variety of analyses, such as authenticity, alterations, erasures, and obliterations
document expert person who scientifically analyzes handwriting
exemplar standard document of known origin and authorship used in handwriting analysis
forgery making, adapting, or falsifying of documents or other objects with the intention of deceiving someone.
fraudulence when a financial gain accompanies a forgery
questioned document any signature, handwriting, typewriting or other written mark whose source or authenticity is in dispute or uncertain.
FISH forensic information system for handwriting
biometric signature pad pad recognizes signature based on speed, pressure and rhythm of signing your name.
Created by: mrsklann