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Forensic examination of documents is not particularly accurate. With photocopies of documents, it is rarely possible to give an accurate indication. They must be originals.
If the originals are available, it is often possible to say beyond all reasonable doubt that a signature is not belonging to someone, but not to say that it does.
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I don’t know what you mean with your first question.
if the forensic examination of the documents says that there is a reasonable doubt about the signature being yours, then the prosecution would fail