(Received 22 December 1982; accepted 7 January 1983)
Published Online: 1983
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Personal writing habits form the basis of all identifications. However, few if any are unique to a particular individual. This paper evaluates personal habits and considers the need for development of a unique combination of less common habits as the basis for writing identification.
Examiner of questioned documents, Landrum, SC
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