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What is the statute of limitations for theft in Washington state?


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Answered 2014-08-22 16:15:35

The statute of limitations is the set amount of time an individual or state can press charges. In a civil case the statute of limitations for theft varies from 2-3 years depending on the circumstances.


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Statute of limitations for theft in Arizona is 1 year for misdemeanor theft, and 7 years for felony theft. There is no statute of limitations on theft from public office.

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The statute of limitations can vary by jurisdiction. Typically a misdemeanor like petty theft is going to be limited to a few years, three or five being common. Check the specific state laws to see what they say.

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 theft can be prosecuted at any time in the lifetime of the accused perpetrator.

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Motorcycle theft would be a felony in Texas. The statute of limitations would be 5 years. But the title would still not be clear and it would be returned to the owner.

As it is a debt, and therefore a civil issue, it does not have a statute of limitations. The criminal side would be theft and attempt to defraud, of which depending on the size of the debt could be anywhere from 1 year to 50 years on the statute.

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