IC 34-37-3-1 Comparison by witness, jury, or court to determine genuineness
Sec. 1. In a proceeding before a court or judicial officer of Indiana
in which the genuineness of the handwriting of any person is
involved, any admitted or proved handwriting of the person is
competent evidence as a basis for comparison by:
(1) witnesses; or
(2) the jury, court, or officer conducting the proceedings;
to prove or disprove the genuineness of the handwriting. As added by P.L.1-1998, SEC.33.