wrong-handed writing


wrong-handed writing
   Any writing executed with the opposite hand from that normally used. Often referred to this writing as “with the awkward hand.” It is a means of disguise. Thus, the writing of a right-handed person written with his left-hand accounts for the common terminology for this class of disguise as “left-handed writing.”

Forensic science glossary. . 2012.

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