Testimonials, Court Opinions
“You went beyond the call of duty on the Ertel v. Batten case…
Your testimony was excellent – concise and to the point.
Thank you for everything you have done. You were instrumental
in helping to put a two year old case behind me, and you were
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Unsolicited testimony from Christopher C. Graham, attorney
at Eustis & Graham, PC.
“Please be advised that the plaintiff has dismissed with
prejudice the above-referenced lawsuit. I am convinced that
part of the reason they abandoned their efforts is because
of your good work.
Thank you so much for your hard work and cooperation in working
Unsolicited testimony from Jerry Mack Douglas, Jr. Attorney at Law.
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
“Again, thanks for the excellent work in this case. The
level of convincing detail you presented and argued in our
telephone conferences was very impressive. I would have dreaded
cross-examining you. You are a credit to your profession.”
Unsolicited testimony from Dr. Patrick D. Lowder, Attorney
Virginia Beach, VA.
“I want to thank you for your help. With your assistance, we have settled in fact with one defendant and in principal with the other.”
Unsolicited testimony from Mark L. Shaffer, Attorney at Law.
The Shaffer Law Firm, PLLC
Washington, DC 20006
United States of America v. Arnold C. Carbarris and Sharon
Criminal No. 3:98cr271
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
1999 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 22094
Judge Robert E. Payne court appointed Cina L. Wong, a board
certified document examiner for this case. In Judge Payne’s
opinion he writes:
“The Court ordered that the letter be submitted to a document
examiner, Cina L. Wong, B.C.D.E., to ascertain whether the
letter, specifically the ‘8’ in the year ‘1988’ had been altered
subsequent to the writing of the letter.”
The testimony of three
handwriting experts was properly admitted. Of the three, the
testimony of Cina L. Wong, a member of National Association
of Document Examiners, was found acceptable over the other
Bowman, et al. v Mericle, et al.
2005 Va. Cir. LEXIS 279
Norfolk, VA Circuit Court Norfolk
"The Commissioner relied on the testimony given by expert
document examiner Cina Wong (Tr. pgs. 1028-1 106) to determine
that the Letter Agreement was not a fraud or forgery. He was
entitled to do this; all three expert witnesses testified
before him. His decision to accept Wong's testimony and to
reject that of Farmer and Demonch is not plainly wrong."
“Cina Wong has provided prompt, thorough, understandable and affordable handwriting analysis in oral and written reports and is willing to provide options for services that
are within the means of the client. Ms. Wong is aware of the requirements for expert testimony that is admissible in court. I recommend her without reservation.”
Martha D. Franklin, Esq.
Virginia Beach, VA 23451