What is the statute of limitations for federal gun crimes?

Answer 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 »

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Is there a statute of limitations on tort crimes?

Tort law (often called personal injury law) establishes the conditions for which one party might be held accountable for the injury of another. Common examples of this include slander, car accident... Read More »

What is the statute of limitations on sexual crimes in Illinois?

For adults, sex crimes in Illinois must be tried in court within 10 years of the date of the offense. For children, there are multiple variables to determine the statute of limitations.Source:Illin... Read More »

Federal Statute of Limitations on Bank Robbery?

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 »

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 »