Statute of limitations for felonies inare 3 years, except for murder, kidnapping, treason, and forgery, which have no limit. So felony theft is in the all other felony category, which is only 3 years. Good luck with that! LOL Dan Wall
There is no statute of limitations on a capitol felony in any state.
There is NO statute of limitations on felony offenses in North Carolina.
It will depend on the level of the crime. For a felony it is 3 years.
In Alabama that is a felony. There is no statute of limitations.
There is no Statute of Limitations for Felonies
In Alabama Arson is a felony. As such there is no statute of limitations.
Depends on the specific felony. Some crimes do not have a statute of limitations (e.g., murder).
There is no statute of limitations for arson in Kentucky. In Ohio, the statute of limitations is 20 years. In Indiana there is no statute of limitations if it is charged as a class A felony, but if charged as a lesser felony the statute is 5 years.
You need to consult a criminal lawyer. Having been out of the jurisdiction may very well toll the statute of limitations.
The statute of limitations for that felony is four years.
That will depend on the felony and the jurisdiction. While most have a statute of limitations on crimes, some have none for a felony. Murder typically does not have a limit.
North Carolina has NO statute of limitations on felony crimes.
In Alabama fraud is a felony. As such there statute of limitations is three years.
It will depend on the severity of the assault. It could be charged as a felony or a misdemeanor. If it is a felony charge, there is no statute of limitations in Virginia.
In Kansas, there is a statute of limitations for a felony with drug conviction. The statute of limitations have a grid that divides crimes by severity level and categorizes defendants by their prior criminal records.
There is no statute of limitations on a felony drug conviction. You were charged and convicted. It is a part of your record forever.
If it caused death, arson is considered a life felony in Florida. It has no statute of limitations.
Theft is a felony in Texas. It has a statute of limitations of 5 years.
There are a large number of felonies with no limit in Colorado. Most of the lessor sexual crimes have a limit of ten years. The remaining have 3 years.
Manslaughter is normally charged as a felony. West Virginia has no statute of limitations for felony charges. They can bring them at anytime during the accused's lifetime.
Forgery in Kentucky is a felony, and Kentucky has NO statute of limitations for felonies.
Michigan does have statute of limitations in place. For this felony it would be six years.
Massachusetts does have statute of limitations in place. For this felony it would be six years.
Statute of limitations varies from state to state. In 15 of the states, there is none for a felony of this magnitude. You will have to consult an attorney knowledgeable in the state in question.
Statute of Limitations deal with being charge criminally or being sued civily. There is no limit associated with a felony, it is there for life unless expunged.