Statute of limitations on assault in California?

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In California it will depend on what the specific charges being brought are. Murder and other offenses that are punishable by death or life in prison, have no statute of limitations. If the felony can result in over 8 year in prison it is set at 6 years. Less that that they are set at 3 years. Misdemeanors will be set at 1 year unless a minor is involved which makes it 3 years.
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What is the California statute of limitations for assault charges?

You have two years to file a civil case against someone for assault. That's not the case that involves someont going to jail, but the case that involves getting money for your injuries from the person who injured you. The criminal statute of limitations depends on the severity of the injury.. Calif (MORE)

What is the statute of limitations for assault?

The statutes vary depending on the state or country. It will also depend on what level of crime assault is defined at in that location. It might be a felony and it could be anything from two years to no limit at all. .

Is there a statute of limitations in Virginia for domestic assault?

I arrested my husband this weekend for assault which happened 12 days ago. I was afraid that it would be too late. However, the policeman told me assault charges can be filed for up to a year. Obviously, if you have pictures and/or witnesses, it would help your case.

What is the statute of limitations on assault?

The statute of limitations varies by jurisdiction. Typically felony crimes like assault have longer periods of time before the charges are barred. Some states do not have a statute of limitations on felonies. Check your state or country to see what they say.

What is the statute of limitations for assault in Georgia?

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What is the statute of limitation on felony assault?

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What is the statute of limitations for assault and battery in Colorado?

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What are the Statutes of limitations for assault in mass?

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What is the statute of limitations on assault and battery in Florida?

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What is the statute of limitations for aggravated assault in tn?

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