Total Times Qualified As A HANDWRITING EXAMINER: As Of January
29, 2013 ~ DOE Hearing, Boston, MA ~
Seventy-two (72) Times
It is important to
know that Ron Rice is not a professional witness. The average court appearances for an expert is between 3-5 a
year. In 32 years
as a Handwriting Examiner, Ron's quality
presentations encouraged opposing attorneys to stipulate or settle the issue before court.
Ron has not been successful in about 6 trials due to falsified, exaggerated, unproven/verified credentials
presented by opposing professional liar for hire and alleged and/or pseudo-document examiners (i.e Allen Robillard)
of attorneys and the courts to understand the differences between a handwriting examiner and a document examiner
. There is
a major difference!
A Handwriting Examiner IS NOT a Document Examiner. Those who claim to be are usually frauds. Conversely,
a Document Examiner IS NOT a handwriting Examiner.
A careful review of their CV/education/training in stroke structure will expose
them for the incompetent examiners they are.
Please remember this
is the age of pseudo-experts and professional liars (i.e. Allen Robillard, a retired F.B.I. hair and fiber expert who hides
behind the skirts of the F.B.I. with his questionable "certifications").
If a person will lie about their credentials they will lie about
whatever in a court of law.
Should you be opposed by this creature, good luck!