A statute of limitations is a law that sets a deadline charging someone with committing a crime for filing suit after an injury has been suffered.The statute of limitations deadlines vary depending on the jurisdiction and the type of case, according to Cornell University Law School's Legal Informati
An onlinereference tothecommonstatute of limitations for each of the50 states and the District of Columbia is available at NOLO. However, the chart only serves as a rough guide, so people should verify the actual limits from their state's official websites. FindLaw provides linkswhere users can chec
Arizona has revised statutes regarding public records, child custody and restaurant licenses. Revised statutes deal with the inspection and maintenance of public records, parenting time and issuance of restaurant licenses.
Every state has a statute of limitations for medical bills, which are considered to be written contracts, according to About.com. Statute of limitations vary by state and can last for as few as 3 years or up to 10 to 15 years in some states.
In the state of Florida, the statute of limitations for a bad check written for merchandise or services varies depending upon the value of the check. If the check was for less than $150, there is a two-year cut-off from the date on the check. If the amount on the check was $150 or more, the upper li
The statute of limitations for collecting on judgments varies from state to state. While a judgement drops off of a credit report after seven years, the amount of time to collect on that judgment may well exceed seven years.
The statute of limitations for a felony in California varies by sentencing guidelines. LegalTips.org states that if a defendant is facing eight or more years of prison time, there is a six-year statute of limitations. If the felony carries a sentence of up to three years, the state has three years t
The statute of limitations for most federal crimes is five years, according to the United States Department of Justice. The limit for certain crimes varies, usually depending on the severity of the crime.
According to Ramsell and Associates, the statue of limitations for a misdemeanor DUI is generally 18 months. For a felony DUI, the statute of limitations is typically three years.
Many types of federal fraud cases carry a statute of limitations of five years, but some specific instances differ. According to the Pillsbury law firm, 28 U.S.C. Section 2462 limits the time within which an “action, suit or proceeding for the enforcement of any civil fine, penalty or forfeiture” ma