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Writ seeks to change ‘him’ to ‘her’ in court records (access required)

If the purpose of seeking a writ of coram vobis is to correct a clerical error or other factual mistake in a court record, then a notation that a party is male when she is in fact female would appear to be the type of error contemplated by the writ. The Supreme Court of Virginia at ...

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  1. Errr…does Myers have an X and a Y chromosome, or two X chromosomes? If the former, then the record is technically correct.

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