Volume 19, Issue 4 (October 1974)
The Effect of Interchanging Segments Between Two Typewriters: A Unique Criminal Defense Defeated
Typewriting problems can take unusual turns in some cases. Routinely we identify machines and at times are called upon to make some estimate of the date of typewriting or of its continuity. To this writer's knowledge, however, no one has been faced with the problem of showing that a typewriter involved in a criminal case had actually been rebuilt during trial in an endeavor to substantiate the authenticity of fraudulent documents.