A Review of Handwriting Characteristics Analysis on Various Surfaces: Implications for Forensic Document Examination


Snehalata Shenoy, Harshita Shekhawat and Anshuman V Ramani

Modern handwriting research has concentrated on skilled performance, child development, a typical development, the efficiency of different letter shapes, teaching methods and the creation and assessment of assessment tools. Due to the potential for unfamiliar surfaces to alter or distort the victim's natural handwriting, the investigation may have run into difficulties. The original handwriting modification called for the use of more advanced analytical methods and in-depth investigation. In this study, forensic exams in such situations are the main topic and their results and success rates are highlighted. The study specifically looks at how utilizing various writing utensils affects handwriting samples discovered on unique and atypical surfaces. The research intends to provide light on the usefulness and dependability of forensic handwriting analysis in situations when the writing medium's surface makes precise identification and interpretation difficult.

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