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No, I am sorry.
That type of error is a non issue.
It probably would be corrected if it were brought to the attention of the court but getting a date wrong in a circumstance like that makes no difference. The date is not a material averment in this circumstances. There is no doubt of the date of that a person was in custody and not usually any dispute that they were the person detained.
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