Re: Statute Of Limitations?
Warrants are not subject to the statute of limitations - they do not expire.
The SOL is simply the time frame the state has to initiate proceedings against a defendant. A warrant indicates that proceedings have begun, and, when a person flees the jurisdiction that also tends to stop the SOL from running. So, he has two strikes against him.
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