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Detection of Deception: The Case of Handwriting Expertise


Samuel R. Gross


University of Michigan Law School



Abstract:     
In Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Lady Olivia's renegade uncle, Sir Toby Belch, conspires with her maid, Maria, to set a trap for Malvolio, Olivia's officious, ambitious, and humorless steward. They plant an anonymous love letter that appears to be directed to Malvolio, in what seems to be Lady Olivia's handwriting. Malvolio finds it and falls for it.

Note: As published in Virginia Law Review, Vol. 87, pp. 1847-1855, November 2001

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Date posted: December 28, 2003  

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Gross, Samuel R., Detection of Deception: The Case of Handwriting Expertise. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=302354

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