Federal Statute of Limitations on Bank Robbery?

Answer The early 1930's saw a rash of bank robberies across the United States including those committed by John Dillinger, arguably the most notorious bank robber in United States history. The Bank Robber... Read More »

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What is the statute of limitations for federal gun crimes?

Statutes of limitations, even for federal gun crimes, vary by state and severity of the offense. For example, a federal misdemeanor gun crime in Pennsylvania has a two-year statute of limitations, ... Read More »

Statute of Limitations on a Bank Account Debt?

At some point, almost everyone has overdrawn a bank account by mistake. Once an overdraft occurs, the individual must not only reimburse the bank for the overdrawn amount but also for any overage f... Read More »

How long is the individual statute of limitations under federal law?

The length of a federal statute of limitation is based on the specific crime, with some crimes such as first degree murder having no limit. The majority of crimes have a specific limitation, which... Read More »

How to Survive a Bank Robbery?

The fear of many people is to one day be in a bank which is being robbed. Many wouldn't know what to do and would panic. This guide is mainly written for the type of robbery called a “Take Overâ€... Read More »