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Asked on: 2/12/09, 8:54 pm

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As the attorney will draftsman, I gave excellent testimony during a deposition but became flustered at the end and said that there were two executed wills when in reality there was only one. When the will contest goes to trial, is there any way for me to explain that I became flustered and actually meant there was one will during the trial proceedings without looking like a complete mess up? Can my deposition testimony be coleared up and may I get a chance to say, ''No, this is what I meant...''The attorney who is defending the validity of the will, which he agrees is sound, is pretty angry with me and I want to be prepared before I speak to him in a few days.

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