ForensisGroup semantics expert witnesses have substantial expertise in forensic linguistics, meaning of contracts, disputed authorship, language libel, forgery, conspiracy, plagiarism, threat assessment, letters, emails, confessions, recorded speech, and sociolinguistics. This includes years of experience in speech writing, ghostwriting, manuscript editing, transcription, document examination, language libel, authorship analysis, plagiarism, speaking prose, syntax, and semantic domain-specific research.
They conduct investigative interviews, prosody, discourse analysis, sociolinguistic profiling, as well as quantitative and qualitative analysis of English syntax grammar, language, and information structure.
Many have consulted for the FBI and other law enforcement agencies, as well as defense attorneys, Federal Public Defenders, and civil attorneys.
Their expert witness experience includes analysis of cases containing material language evidence, providing opinions on the status of compound words in trademark infringement cases, as well as opinions on plagiarism of song lyrics. Others specialize in the areas of word history (etymology), presentation in dictionaries (lexicography), base meaning (semantics) and use in context (pragmatics, sociolinguistics, dialect variation).
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