Handwriting Identification has been recognized in the media. Here are summaries news accounts.
Robert COLLAMORE vs. OFFICE OF CAMPAIGN AND POLITICAL FINANCE & another.
67 Mass. App. Ct. 315
April 10, 2006 - September 13, 2006
Present: KANTROWITZ, DOERFER, & COHEN, JJ.
The hearing officer also was entitled to credit the expert testimony of handwriting expert Paul McDonald that as many as 137 signatures on Collamore's forms were not genuine, as revealed by misspellings and inconsistencies with signatures maintained in voter registration records. On the basis of this testimony, the hearing officer was warranted in finding, as he did, that there was a widespread pattern of falsification in Collamore's submissions.
Former sales VP: Mar-Lees trying to enforce ‘forged’ non-compete
Paul McDonald, a handwriting/document authenticity expert hired by McDonnell’s lawyer, “reviewed all the available information and determined, based upon this evidence, that it is more probable than not that the employee agreement is a forgery”, according to the document.
Paul H. McDonald, a certified document examiner and former state police detective, told the jury in Mr. Povez's Worcester Superior Court murder trial that Mr. Povez was the "highly probable author" of two letters that Lance Savage, a co-defendant in the case, testified he received after he and Mr. Povez were charged in the April 21, 2008, fatal stabbing of Mr. McGuire.