Applied Forensics is one of the few laboratories that can provide their forensic services on site.
(PRWEB) February 13, 2008
Applied Forensics LLC headquartered in New York announces the opening of an office in Kensington, MD to serve the Washington DC metro area.
Applied Forensics is a 21st century Forensic Laboratory with offices in New York and Washington DC specializing in all areas of Questioned Documents and Handwriting Examinations. Applied Forensics provides their services in cases that are criminal, civil or administrative in nature to an impressive group of clients locally, regionally, and nationally. The Washington DC office is staffed with Forensic Document Examiners with extensive federal government experience.
The staff of highly qualified forensic document examiners provides expert examination of handwriting, signatures, altered documents, anonymous letters and many other disputed or questioned documents. All of the senior examiners in both New York and Washington DC are certified by the prestigious American Board of Forensic Document Examiners (ABFDE). Dennis J. Ryan, one of our Senior Examiners also sits on the Board of Directors for the ABFDE. Several examiners are also members of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) and the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners. Our examiners have testified in many of the Federal and state courts throughout the United States.
Applied Forensics examiners work in state of the art laboratories that include the latest instrumentation and analytical tools to provide the most complete and thorough examination in any type of examination. “Applied Forensics is one of the few laboratories that can provide their forensic services on site.”. Applied Forensics maintains an On Scene Examinations unit; a unique service where our examiners can perform a variety of scientific document examinations and analyses in the field when a disputed document cannot come to the lab
Many of our examiners have lectured both nationally and internationally on the subject of Forensic Document Examination to legal professionals.
For more information about Applied Forensics, please visit their website: http://www.appliedforensics.com