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Podcast: Forensic handwriting identification part I.

  • Handwriting identity in criminal proceedings
  • Handwriting identity manifestations
  • Different aims and methods of graphology
  • Handwriting identity analysis
  • Disguising handwriting identity

Podcast: Forensic handwriting identification part III.

  • Nemotenetur principle and handwriting samples provision
  • The importance of the handwriting experiment 
  • Cognitive bias of the expert
  • Unacceptable legal evaluation and interference in proceeding participant´s evidence initiative.
  • Expert report in criminal and civil proceeding.
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Workshop: New regulation of the expert’s procedure

The course aims to provide the participants with an understanding of the newly codified procedure (Section 52 of Decree No. 503/2020 Coll.) when preparing the expert report.

We recommend the course especially for attorneys and other legal professions.

Workshop: Training for bank tellers – comparing signature with the signature specimen

The course aims to provide participants with the ability to recognize a bank customer’s signature with the help of the signature specimen.

We recommend the course for bank tellers and employees of financial institutions who compare signatures with the specimen signature.

 

Workshop: Document authentication

The course aims to provide participants with the ability to identify the original document for authentication.

We recommend the course for employees of registry and notary offices, and Czech Points.

Course: General part of the expert entrance examination

The course aims to provide the participants with knowledge about the current legal regulation of expert activities.

We recommend the course for experts and applicants for the appointment.

Workshop: Mental care for the judicial sphere

The course aims to strengthen psychological resilience and the ability to cope with stressful situations.

We recommend the course for judicial professions.