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Diaries are used by many people in all walks of life for both personal and professional purposes.
They are often put forward in court cases as evidence supporting a person's alleged version of events at a particular date and time. Their date of preparation is, therefore, frequently called into question.
A detailed study of the disputed entries using microscopy, photoanalytical and electrostatic forensic document examination techniques often shows that a suspect entry or entries could not have been made as part of an ongoing contemporaneous record.