ok thanks and i look forward to hearing from you. i gave them the name of the storage facility is the reason i had a little concern.
You have two possible courses of action: you could do nothing and, if ever questioned, simply state that you got confused about the dates. The thing is, if you were honest under oath and actually got your dates mixed up, you did not lie under oath. Everyone makes mistakes.
The second course of action is to write a brief statement to the effect of, in thinking over my testimony I realized I got some dates confused and actually what happened is _____. Send a copy to the court file (not the judge, just have it filed in the court file with the clerk of court) and to the opposing counsel.
I tend to think you would be safe if you didn't do anything, however, if that makes you uncomfortable send the brief written statement.
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