FBI Certified Forensic Document Examiner

FBI Certified Forensic Document Examiner

Meredith DeKalb Miller, M.F.S.

4747 North Paulina Street Chicago, IL 60640

About the Expert

FBI Trained & Certified Forensic Document Examiner (1998-2006). M.F.S. Master of Forensic Science; George Washington University. Qualified expert in several federal jurisdictions. International instructor; U.S. Dept. of Justice in forensic documents.

Areas of Expertise

  • Document Examination Forensic
  • Handwriting

Expert's Profile

Meredith DeKalb Miller examined hundreds of cases while employed with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division, Questioned Documents Unit. Her experience at the FBI involved working a variety of cases including: contested wills, signatures, financial documents, historical cases, sports memorabilia fraud, ransom notes, threatening communications, secret writing, counterfeit cases, suicide notes, health care fraud, bank robbery notes, and product tampering cases

Ms. Miller offers comprehensive forensic document services designed to meet the needs of all clients including: handwriting and hand printing examinations, signature examinations, alterations, erasures, obliterations, forgeries, printing examinations, document dating, rubber stamps, shredded documents, typewriting examinations, photocopy and facsimile examinations, and document authentication.

Ms. Miller is court qualified testifying in several federal cases including the John Allen Muhammad case (SNIPER) in 2006. She completed an intensive two-year training program at the FBI accredited by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors.

Meredith received a Master of Forensic Science M.F.S. from George Washington University (GWU) located in Washington D.C. She accepted a position as Adjunct Professorial Lecturer at GWU where she taught for two years in the graduate program of the Forensic Sciences Department.

Ms. Miller employs a global approach to forensic document examinations and is currently contracted through Engility on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice, International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) to provide international training to forensic laboratories. Recent training focused on questioned document fundamentals in analysis, comparison, and evaluation of evidence in Pristina, Kosovo; Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Maputo, Mozambique; and Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico.

Ms. Miller is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the Scientific Working Group for Forensic Document Examination located in Quantico, Virginia.

Should you have a question concerning a case of specific examination, please do not hesitate to send an email: meredith@dekalbmiller.com or call +1 (312) 343-9902.

Personal Achievements

Education

  • M.F.S. Master of Forensic Science; George Washington University; 1998
  • B.A., Social Science, Colorado State University; 1992

Licenses

  • International Inspector, American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors

Special Training

  • Lead Consultant, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) for the development for the Guide to Develop Forensic Document Examination Capacity.
  • International Instructor, U.S. Dept of Justice in forensic document examinations;
  • Areas currently served: Prishtina, Kosovo, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, and Maputo, Mozambique
  • Adjunct Professor, George Washington University, Washington D.C.
  • Intelligence Analyst, United States Secret Service; Washington D.C.

Organizations

  • Member, American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Questioned Document Section
  • Secretary, American Society of Testing and Materials

Honors

  • On-the Spot Award, U.S.S.S for work customizing intelligence database
  • On-the Spot Award, FBI for work on high profile case

Listed in the Following States

FBI Certified Forensic Document Examiner is listed with ExpertPages in the following jurisdictions: All US Regions and States, Canada (all Provinces).