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No problem. A clerical error would not be a basis to vacate a judgment. This is something which could simply be amended and corrected, upon motioning the court. It does not change the decision of the Judge and can be easily fixed. The Judge may have signed the order and/or made their decision after the trial and then made a mistake of saying it was hard on the 28th, when it was the 25th, as a result of signing and issuing the order/judgment.
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