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Lyter Appeals Order in Nartron Vs General Motors State Of Michigan Circuit Court opinion from 2001 admiting Ink Dating, Accelerated Aging, Dye Ratio, and Reverse Extraction results. See Page 3 Client: General Motors & Daniel La Combe (Barris Sott) – Detroit, Michigan Opposing Unsuccessful Expert: Albert H.

Lyter Court Order in Nartron Vs General Motors Trial in Federal Court in the Eastern District of Texas. Ink Dating, ESDA testing and sequencing of impressions show that a diary was not written on it’s purported dates.

Testimony of Erich Speckin was admitted and relied on regarding Ink Dating, Photocopy Transfer of Signatures, and Forged Documents. Link to PDF version of Opinion and Judgement – Nord Services vs. A Federal Court in New York finds “These methods reliable under daubert” and “competent evidence” citing two past cases by Speckin Forensic Laboratories as authoritative.

(2008) Client: Gordon Arnold, Arnold Knoblock – Houston, Texas Opposing Unsuccessful Expert: None At Trial Link to text version of Opinion and Judgement – Nord Services vs. (2000) Relevant pages 16-17 Client: Phillips Lytle, Kevin Hogan – Buffalo, New York Opposing Unsuccessful Expert: None At Trial Court Order by New York Federal Judge First Frye & MRE 702 Challenge of Ink Dating From 1997 – Testimony on Ink Comparison, Ink Dating, ESDA, and Handwriting was admited and presented resulting in a suspension of a physicians license.

Albert Lyter III 47 Page Opinion of San Fransisco Federal Judge Alsup Federal Circuit Appeals Court upholds Federal District Court ruling including Alteration & Evidence Fabrication claims.

See Relevant Page Client: Attorney General’s Office – State Of New York Summary Judgement and Opinion of Federal Judge Daubert & Kumho Tire challenge in Federal Court Trial to Ink Dating and Accelerated aging.

The Judge agreed with the findings and opinions on the dating and alterations to the documents and found in favor of our client, Exxon.

Link to text version (transcript) of FACTS AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW Link to pdf version of official copy FACTS AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW The ink dating of a document was at issue in the patent case in Texas.

Client: Attorney General’s Office, State Of Michigan Portion of Testimony of Erich Speckin and Opinion of Judge Frye & MRE 702 Challenge in a criminal case from 1997 Testimony on ink comparrison, ink dating, ESDA, was admitted and presented at preliminary exam resulting in a guilty plea.

Client: Attorney General’s Office – State Of Michigan Opposing Unsuccessful Experts: Too Many To List but includes Brian Lindblom and Dr.

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