Portland, OR, April 28, 2010 -- Jacqueline A. Joseph, CDE, presents the annual conference of expert witnesses and forensic document and handwriting examiners for the National Association of Document Examiners Conference in Portland, Oregon Tues. May 4 – Fri. May 7, 2010 at the Embassy Suites in downtown Portland.
The 2010 NADE conference will be attended by an international delegation of expert witnesses, forensic handwriting and document examiners and fraud investigators, many of whom are participating members of ASTM E-30 Committee Forensic Sciences.
Speaker topics include:
- Science, politics and forensic linguistics with Carole Chaski, PhD, director of the Institute for Linguistic Evidence, Inc., and featured in Dr. Henry Lee's new book "The Real World of a Forensic Scientist."
- Mentoring for experts by David B. Markowitz, SuperLawyer's top ten.
- Effective expert testimony techniques in video-conferencing by Troy Moody, nationally known certified leader in state-of-the-art litigation digital evidence presentation.
- Tools of the trade by Gary Herbertson, former FBI Chief of the QD section and author of "Document Examination on the Computer." 2002.
- Foster & Freeman demonstration by Jim Lee, former U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) Division Chief of Questioned Document Division, Camp Zama, Japan.
- Rhythm in handwriting: Its determination and value in forensic identification by Marcel B. Matley, expert errors and omissions consultant and developer of The QDE Index – a proprietary database exceeding 13,000 citations, and the compilation of over 600 case law annotations regarding the admissibility of handwriting expertise since Daubert.
For more information contact Conference Chair: Jacqueline A. Joseph at www.jjhandwriting.com.
For the conference schedule: www.documentexaminers.org/Conferences