Citations are not subject to a statute of limitations. You have already been informed of the charges and given your options.
When the suspension is up, then you can reapply for a license. If you do not have a license and are driving anyway, you risk further penalties.
I just read that the statute of limitations for DUI in Arizona is 2 years.
If you have been arrested, there is no statute of limitations. You can't run, you have to deal with it.
The statute of limitations for medical malpractice is Arizona is two years with "the discovery rule."
Yes, there are statute of limitations in Arizona. The length will depend on whether they are civil matters or criminal charges.
There is no such thing as a "statute of limitatations" for driving limitations. You are suspended for the entire length of whatever suspension was imposed upon you, or until you do whatever it is that is required of you to be re-instated.
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.
What is the statute of limitations for driving citation tickets in California? VC
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
Fines have no statute of limitations. You were informed of the violation and fine and Arizona can collect.
If a ticket has been issued they are not subject to a statue of limitations. The offender has already been informed of the violation.