Forensic Consulting Service

  Kurt E. Kuhn

A Forensic Identification Specialist with over 40 years experience in civil and criminal casework in the fingerprint and questioned document/handwriting analysis disciplines, Mr. Kuhn maintains a well-equipped fingerprint and questioned document laboratory and reference library.  Equipment includes fingerprint development equipment, various types of  lighting and magnification devices, microscopes, an Electrostatic Detection Device, a Video Spectral Comparator, as well as other instruments utilized in the forensic disciplines. 


He has qualified as an expert witness in the Superior Courts of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties as well as in United States District Court, United States Tax Court and United States Immigration Court.

 

A C.V. and Fee Schedule is available upon request.


Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.  If you are in need of forensic science services that we do not provide, Forensic Consulting Service maintains a network with examiners in many other forensic disciplines (which may be related to investigations being conducted).  These include Audio/Voice Analysis, Cell Phone and Computer Examination, DNA Laboratories, Firearms/Ballistics Examination, Forensic Toxicology Laboratories, Ink Analysts - capable of "dating" the written or printed material on a document and, Video/Image Analysis.  I DO NOT receive any referral fees for this service (this practice is prohibited by our professional codes of ethics) and I would be happy to refer you to competent examiners in their respective disciplines.

 

Clients Include:

  • Attorneys
  • Businesses
  • Government Agencies
  • Insurance Companies
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Private Individuals
  • Private Investigators


Initial Consultation:

Each case is unique.  Prior to the submission of any evidence for examination, the relevant facts, types of examinations, collection of exemplars, and procedure for submitting items will be discussed.  Fees are based on the time required to conduct the examinations and are dependent on the complexity of the matter and determination of the appropriate examinations to be applied.


Typical Cases can include a review of:

  • Anonymous Letters and Notes
  • Business and Medical Records
  • Contracts
  • Deeds and Trusts
  • Items handled by an unknown or known individual
  • Law Enforcement Case Files/Evidence
  • Notary Logs
  • Real Estate Documents
  • Wills