I was recently asked to notarize documents for an elderly gentleman. He definitely understood what he was signing, however since he was no longer able to drive, he did not have a current driver's license or passport. I thought that having one credible witness was sufficient, so I notarized the document as everything else was in order.
However, upon reviewing the California Notary Public Handbook, I realize that one credible witness is sufficient if I personally know the witness. If not, then two credible witnesses are required. I did not personally know the witness.
Any advice on how to correct the error?