October 04, 2006

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Because of an incorrect birth date listed in several court records, an article in yesterday's editions on DNA testing gave the wrong age for a man whose murder conviction has been called into question by new tests. James Owens Jr. is 41, his attorney says.

A column by Jean Marbella in Monday's editions incorrectly stated when Sen. John A. Giannetti Jr. defeated a 37-year veteran of the Maryland General Assembly. That election occurred in 2002, when Giannetti beat former Sen. Arthur Dorman in the Democratic primary.

A photo caption in yesterday's Business section misspelled the name of David M. DiPietro, one of the founders of Signal Hill Capital Group.

A column by Gregory Kane in Saturday's editions and an article in Monday's editions misspelled the name of correctional officer Kandis Harlee, who testified against another officer in the stomping death of a detainee.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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