|26-January-2022||16:00 (4:00 pm) PST|
|26-January-2022||19:00 (7:00 pm) EST|
|27-January-2022||00:00 (00:00 ) GMT|
|27-January-2022||02:00 (02:00 am) SAST|
|27-January-2022||12:00 (12:00 pm) NZST|
Speaker – John Jameson-Davis
Topic – Case Study: Questioned Serbian signature
Case Study: Questioned Serbian signature on a Last Will and Testament compared with exemplars written by a man with advanced alcoholic neuropathy. John will share his exploration of this fascinating case where the tables are turned and the questioned signature shows better line quality than the known comparison standards.
John was born and lives in the south west of the UK. He developed an interest in handwriting in the 1970s when he noticed a painfully shy boy in his class at school had miniscule handwriting and wondered why this was. He went to the library and read a book on graphology and his obsession with handwriting began. He trained to be an oncology nurse and nursed for several years but continued reading books on handwriting before training as a graphologist in 2001. He was editor of the International Graphologist and a tutor with the Cambridge School of Graphology for a number of years.
In 2011 he qualified under the auspices of Reed Hayes as a Questioned Handwriting and Document Examiner and set up in business. He is an active member of online forums with other handwriting experts and joined SAFE at the beginning of 2020. He now focuses solely on forensic handwriting cases. He regularly gives lectures in England on both graphology and QDE. He enjoys testifying in court (it’s like being on stage!) but has had few opportunities.