Curtis Baggett is a forensic document examiner and experienced expert witness. He is a skilled authority in handwriting identification and has completed almost 5,000 cases since 1990. Curt has examined
documents and/or testified in court cases as a handwriting expert in all 50 states Washington D.C., the Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Chile, England, Ireland, Mexico, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Thailand,
the Netherlands, and New Zealand.
He has been a consultant as a forensic document examiner for the #1 rated television show, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation", and has appeared as a handwriting expert on CNN, CNBC, INSIDE EDITION,
CBS, NBC, FOX, JUDGE ALEX and "TEXAS JUSTICE". He is the co-author of "The Handwriting Analysis Certification Home Study Course" and has been a guest on various locan and national
television /radio programs discussing handwriting and forensic document examination.
In addition to lecturing and teaching document examination, Mr. Baggett has analyzed handwriting for over 30 years. He has been qualified as an expert witness in various courts; Justice of the Peace, Municipal, District, State, U.S. District, and Federal
His education and training in document examination and psychology include the following: US Army, Military Police Officer's School, B.A. and M.Ed. from McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana,
and postgraduate studies at the University of Houston, Houston, Texas.
Mr. Baggett holds credentials by the American Bureau of Document Examiners, and by Ray Walker as a forensic questioned document examiner. Dr. Walker's qualifications have been affirmed in the Court of
Appeals, Fifth District of Texas at Dallas with historical rulings in his favor. A leading authority in the field of handwriting analysis and document examination, Dr. Walker is the author of textbook
The Questioned Document Examiner and the Justice System.
Curt Baggett's library is extensive and includes literature on questioned document examination, forensic handwriting analysis, and behavior profiling. Laboratory equipment used for examination consists
of a Stereo Star Zoom American Optical 7x - 30x twin microscope; Micronta illuminated 30x microscope; stereo microscope S/ST series; universal DigiScoping adapter; numerous magnifying devices; protractor
and metric measuring devices; Pentax ME camera; Pentax macro 1.4, 50mm flat copy lens; overhead projector; light table, and transparencies.