The 'Human Lie Detector' Evaluates

Defendants & Jurors in High Profile Criminal Cases


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[HOUSTON, TX]   Alice Weiser is considered one of the world's leading experts on hand writing, body language and jury selection. She has earned the nickname, The Human Lie Detector.  For over 25 years she has served some of this nation’s top prosecutors and defense attorneys and assisted in the selection of jurors AliceHeadShot.jpg (58837 bytes)and key witnesses in some of this nation's highest profile cases.  She has also evaluated the handwriting or body language of Robert Blake, the three deadly anthrax letters, the Columbine High School Killers, rail car killer-Angel Resindez, Susan Smith, John and Patsy Ramsey, OJ Simpson, and Gary Condit, as well as the handwriting of presidents, dignitaries and celebrities. She is now commenting on the recently accused Scott Petersen, in the murder of Laci and [unborn] Connor Petersen.

Ms. Weiser was also called upon by media as attorneys faced the grueling task of jury selection in the capital murder trial of Andrea Yates, who drowned her five children in a bathtub last year.  The greatest concern to prosecutors and defense lawyers was how to select jurors who would not be tainted by the immense publicity which has surrounded this case.

Weiser, who resides in Houston, Texas, has been a full time jury consultant and graphoanalyst for nearly three decades. She is a popular TV news expert and talk show guest, who has been interviewed on hundreds of TV news and talk programs, and serves regularly as an expert source for major news networks & cablers.

If You Lie - Alice Weiser Will Catch You!!

Weiser is a knowledgeable and experienced interview guest, who will clearly define the jury selection process.


About Alice Weiser  I About her Book  I Alice's Web Site  I  Popular Media Questions

Article on Handwriting Analysis in Houston Chronicle

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