Is there a statute of limitations on DUI charge in Texas?
Once charged in Texas, there is no limit. A statute of limitations only applies before any DUI charges are brought.
The statute of limitations is the period of time that prosecutors are given to charge a given case. In Arizona, the statute of limitations for a Misdemeanor DUI (Regular DUI, Extreme DUI, Super Extreme DUI) is 1 year. The statute of limitations for a Felony DUI (Aggravated DUI) is 7 years. Here are the sources: http://dmcantor.com/blog/statute-of-limitations-for-misdemeanor-dui-in-arizona http://dmcantor.com/blog/statute-of-limitations-for-felony-dui-in-arizona
There is a statute of limitations for most charges, DUIs included, but how long they are and whether they apply to you depends on your state/country. Even if your state's statute of limitations is relatively short, though, it is a dumb idea to drive while intoxicated, so you should avoid it if possible.
Unsure as to exactly what is being asked. The charge of DUI doesn't have a statute of limitations, especially if you've fled prosecution. (Note: be sure to check your license status, if you fled prosecution you are undoubtedly in a suspened or revoked status). As far as DUI on your driving record is concerned - your driving record is a PERMANENT record and the charge will not "go away."