(Received 5 March 1980; accepted 28 April 1980)
Published Online: 1980
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Although second endorsements on forged checks and money orders are common document examination problems, the question of simulation (or other forgery) of such signatures is not common. Presented are several handwriting cases in which certain questioned second endorsements would appear routinely identifiable. However, upon closer examination, the evidence supports a qualified opinion.
Document examiner, Crime Laboratory, U.S. Postal Service, Western Region, San Bruno, Calif.
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