my son when he was 17 his senior year of high school him and a friend did some spray painting/vandalism. This was well over a year ago.
It happened in Oak Creek Wisconsin when we lived in Franklin Wisconsin. We move shortly after to Muskego Wisconsin.
His friend got a ticket from Oak Creek last year and says he did it himself.
1) Why is Franklin knocking on our door today and demanding my son goes down to the Franklin police dept.
2) Can I demand to be present when being questioned?
3) should he not admitt to anything unless he has an attorney
4) If so will they just charge him and give him a ticket?
Wyoming's statute of limitations are very basic and simple. They have decided that no statute of limitations shall apply to any criminal prosecution. So there is no limit to when vandalism charges can be brought.
Yes there is a statute of limitations in Wisconsin. It is 3 years for a misdemeanor.
The statute of limitations for trespassing in Wisconsin is 6 years, pursuant to Injury to Wisconsin Statutes Annotated §893.52.
The statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits in Wisconsin is three years with the discovery rule.
South Carolina's statute of limitations are very basic and simple. They have decided that no statute of limitations shall apply to any crime. So vandalism can be charged at any time in the lifetime of the accused perpetrator.
statue of limitations class a misdemeanor
As you probably know, each state has their own statute of limitations. However, Wisconsin's is a 2-year limit that you can claim wages.
Texas has a variety of limitations based on the crime. Vandalism will probably be set at 3 years. Misdemeanors have a limitation of 2 years to bring charges. Being absent from the state will toll the statute if it applies.
There is no statute of limitations on fines. In other words you are SOL.