Vincent Denault is a lawyer and certified fraud examiner. He holds a Bachelor’s degree of Laws from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM) and a Master’s degree of Laws from the same university where he studied the impact of witnesses’ nonverbal behavior during trials. Vincent Denault is also research assistant at the Communication and Health Research Center of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM), Ph.D. candidate and lecturer at the Department of communication of the Université de Montréal, co-director of the Center for Studies in Nonverbal Communication Sciences of the Research Center of the Montreal Mental Health University Institute and author of the book titled Communication non verbale et crédibilité des témoins [Nonverbal Communication and Witnesses’ Credibility] published by Yvon Blais Editions. Funded by the Quebec Research Funds – Society and Culture (FRQSC), Vincent Denault’s research focuses primarily on issues related to credibility assessment, deception detection and nonverbal communication during trials. Vincent Denault is the inaugural recipient of the Emerging Scholar Award (2016) of the Nonverbal Division of the National Communication Association.