What is the Illinois statute of limitations for vehicular manslaughter?
There is none.
For anything other than a summary or misdemeanor offense, there is no statute of limitations in Canada. Therefore, for crimes such as major theft, murder, manslaughter, rape or the like, you can be charged at any point in the future. Warrants have been known to exist for more than 20 years in some cases.
In most felonies there is a statute of limitations of five years. There is no statute of limitations regarding murder. Regarding certain child sexual abuse cases there is a varying statute of limitations regarding the age of the victim, and when the abuse is either discovered or remembered. For more on Illinois felonies, see the related links below.
Texas has no statute of limitations for murder or manslaughter charges. Texas has a statute of limitations on most everything except murder and sexual assault (rape) The no SOL for rape only applies if DNA is recovered that doesn't match the victim or the identity of anyone readily ascertained, else the SOL is ten years. (Code of Criminal Procedure 12.01)
What is the statute of limitations for manslaughter - especially involuntary manslaughter in the state of Calif?
This begs the question, "How do you know the charge is manslaughter and not murder?" Manslaughter is not a capital crime, and manslaughter and murder are very different charges. At the most, manslaughter is a statutory felony... punishable by a sentence less than life (or death). In many states, the statute of limitations is that statutory maximum sentence, but in California, the statute of limitations is one to seven years for felonies (depending on the…