(Received 25 March 1981; accepted 21 May 1981)
Published Online: January
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Checkwriters are established machines in the contemporary business world and, as such, are an established vehicle of criminal action. This paper offers practical suggestions for the identification of checkwriters through their impressions from information gained through original research.
Program manager-training, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Crime Laboratory, Washington, DC
Document analyst, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Crime Laboratory, Memphis, TN
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