What is a SOL associated?
I'm not sure I understand your question, but in the law, "SOL" usually means "statute of limitaton." That's a law that says a person who is offended or injured only has a certain amount of time to bring a lawsuit over the problem, or they lose that right forever. In criminal law, it's a limit on how old a crime can be before a person is formally charged with that crime in court (not just arrested, but indicted by a grand jury or accused by the District Attorney's office filing an Accusation or Information with the Court). Statutes of Limitation have a lot of exceptions and loopholes. And there are many different SOL's for different kinds of crimes, or torts, or causes of action. In Georgia there are about 50 different SOL laws. Sorting through them to see which may apply to your particular situation is not easy.