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Can you be charged in court if they spelled your name wrong on court papers?


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2009-09-11 03:25:13
2009-09-11 03:25:13

If you are able to be identified from all the the other information supplied in the documents, yes, you can be. An error such as this is known as a "scrivener's error" and is actually not uncommon.

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