Erratum

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Erratum

[Latin, Error.] The term used in the Latin formula for the assignment of mistakes made in a case.

After reviewing a case, if a judge decides that there was no error, he or she indicates so by replying, "In nollo est erratum," which means, "no error was committed." The plural is errata.

See: error, fault, miscue, misstatement, mistake, oversight
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310(e), Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, specifically provides, the errata sheet may set forth "[a]ny changes in form or substance that the witness wants to make" so long as the errata sheet includes "a statement of the reasons given by the witness for making the changes" (emphasis supplied).
Regardless of a jurisdiction's approach to the use of errata sheets, attorneys should not urge witnesses to change deposition answers.
The court went on to say that "the two weeks between the filing of the errata sheets and the trial provided sufficient time to reopen the deposition or to file a motion to suppress .