Archive for October, 2009

Expert Witness Not Allowed to Testify in Sex Crime Case

This would profoundly effect anyone working in the field of social psychology or criminal psychology, such as helping a jury decide if a defendant is insane or able to stand trial?

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The Pen is Mightier than the Word: Indisputable Success at Reducing Forgeries Paves the Way for Career in Forensic Handwriting Investigations

When it comes to forgery, the words written aren't as important as they way they are written. The falsification of documents like wills, checks and contracts can be caught when the science behind forensic...

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“Mommy, Who Stole My Identity?” Follow 5 Tips to Avoid Childhood Identity Theft during National Protect Your Identity Week (October 17-24, 2009)

According to the Federal Trade Commission, five percent of identity theft complaints come from children under the age of 18. Not only is childhood identity theft on the rise, its detection is delayed, making...

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