The Canadian Centre for Handwriting Analysis is court-qualified in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, and Newfoundland, Canada. This means that if you require forensic handwriting analysis for your court case in one of these provinces, we can help you out.
As well as working with courts in these provinces, we have also worked with private clients in all other Canadian provinces, in places including Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Montreal, Prince Edward Island, Vancouver, and Winnipeg.
Forensic handwriting analysis covers many different industries and areas. In the following celebrated cases, handwriting played a vital role.
- Karla Homolka’s jailhouse letters – Accomplice to her husband, The Schoolgirl Killer, Homolka is a Canadian serial killer. We examined Homolka’s jailhouse letters for the Toronto Sun to determine their authenticity.
- The Rubin “Hurricane” Carter Case – Rubin Carter was a middleweight boxer wrongfully accused of murder after police profiling. He served 20 years for a murder he did not commit. Handwriting played a vital role in his wrongful conviction and resulted in the movie– ”The Hurricane”–starring Denzel Washington.
- The Martha Stewart Case – The technique used for aging the ink used against Martha is not respected nor used by reputable forensic experts.
- The JonBenet Ramsey Murder Case – In this case, a five-page ransom note was found after the murder of a seven-year-old girl.