has a long list of felonies with no set statute of limitations. For those that do, Class C felonies, it is set at 3 years. The statute is met once an indictment or warrant is issued, regardless of whether it can be served immediately or not.
There is no statute of limitations for arson in Kentucky. In Ohio, the statute of limitations is 20 years. In Indiana there is no statute of limitations if it is charged as a class A felony, but if charged as a lesser felony the statute is 5 years.
In Missouri, Statute of limitations for all felonies except murder and Class A is 3 years.
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There are no SOL's on felony offenses in Kentucky.
The statute of limitations for worthless checks is 12 months. In Alabama writing a bad check is a Class A misdemeanor.
The statute of limitations in Missouri for the prosecution of crimes varies by the seriousness of the crime. Murder and all Class A felonies do not have a statute of limitations. In Missouri, burglary is a felony but not a Class A felony so the time limitation is 3 years. There are circumstances that could cause the statute of limitations to not run. For example, if the accused is not in the state, the time can be extended an additional three years.
In Delaware if it is a Class A felony, there is not limit. Otherwise it is set at 5 years.
If it is a Class A felony there is no limitation. For the other felonies, it is three years.
It will depend on the felony level of the crime. If it is a Class A felony, there is no limit. Otherwise it is 3 years.
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There is none. Kidnapping is a Class A felony in the state of New York, and like every offense in that category, does not have a statute of limitations attached to it.
Depends on the crime, or sometimes the class or category. For a list of all states' statutes of limitations: http://law.findlaw.com/state-laws/criminal-statute-of-limitations/
Embezzlement is a felony offense. The Indiana statute of limitations states that Class B, C, and D felonies: 5 years. See below link:
Connecticut has numerous levels depending on the severity of the felony. Fory a class C larceny, it is set at 5 years. For a Class A felony, there is no limitation.
Identity theft is a Class A felony under FEDERAL LAW. There is no statute because it is considered a capital crime.
Akansas considers embezzlement a felony. For a Class A or Y felony it would be six years, a Class B, C or D would be 3 years.
Akansas considers arson a felony. For a Class A or Y felony it would be six years, a Class B, C or D would be 3 years.
Akansas considers assualt a felony. For a Class A or Y felony it would be six years, a Class B, C or D would be 3 years.
In Indiana the limitation on a Class D felony is five years. That will depend on the time not being tolled.
Kentucky considers felonies very serious offenses. As such they have not put a statute of limitations on them. You can be charged at any time during your life.
It would normally be five years in New York. If it is a Class A felony, there is no limit.
Akansas considers burglary a felony. For a Class A or Y felony it would be six years, a Class B, C or D would be 3 years.
I'm assuming you are asking about a class A Misdemeanor... Generally the statute of limitations is 2 years.
I think the questioner is unclear on the term "statute of limitations" The commission of a felony offense NEVER just disappears and "goes away" after a certain length of time.
It will depend on the severity of the crime. For a Class A felony, there is no limit. For others it will be 3 years.