APPLIED FORENSICS, LLC 

Welcomes and Appoints Charlotte Ware
as Senior Examiner to new
Charlotte, NC office



Charlotte Wilcox Ware  
Board Certified Forensic Document Examiner
Charlotte Ware has worked in forensics examination, in both the private sector and various state and federal agencies, since 1998. Her most recent position has been Laboratory Unit Manager for the federal government in Charlotte, North Carolina. Charlotte’s talent and expertise is diverse and will be put to use at Applied Forensics to conduct forensic examinations, and provide expert testimony for cases relating to handwriting, hand printing and numerals; indented, altered, erased or obliterated writing; typewriting, rubber stamps, notary seals, check writers, printing processes and other mechanical impressions. She holds a Master of Science in Forensic Science from the University of Alabama and has completed a number of specialized training courses.
 
Charlotte is widely published on a number of topics related to study and practice of forensics and is an active member in industry associations, serving as Treasurer of the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners
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New Supreme Court Ruling on Scientific Evidence

The U.S. Supreme Court has issued two important rulings in the last three years on issues concerning the admissibility of laboratory results in criminal cases: Melendez-Diaz vs. Massachusetts and Bullcoming vs. New Mexico. These opinions have built on and support the standard that has previously been set in Crawford. The Supreme Court is now being asked to address some of the detail regarding how the right to confrontation is met without clogging the courts with scientific witnesses or emptying laboratories. These questions include the issues of how to define an “analyst” and what different people involved at various stages of the analysis can testify to. In December 2011 the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case of Williams vs. Illinois, a decision which will provide further clarity concerning who will be allowed to testify to what. 
Source: American Bar Assoc.  

NEW OFFICE

Applied Forensics is proud to announce the opening of our Charlotte, NC office located at
8116 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC  28273
(704) 557-0230
(888) 883-1352

 

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