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Answered about 1 year ago.
That depends upon many factors including the court in which they were prosecuted, the evidence against them and the stage of the proceedings.
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Answered over 1 year ago.
Forever. There is no time limit on an investigation. The statute of limitations protects you against a delayed prosecution.
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Term has not run.
This is not as bad as it seems. c consult a lawyer and ask about theft school
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Answered almost 2 years ago.
If the prosecutor actually planted evidence you may well be entitled to a new trial -- getting the case dismissed on the grounds of misconduct is a real long shot but worth trying. Saying he would have planted evidence does not get you anywhere.
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Until trial, which in a murder case takes anywhere from 2 years to five or more. Sounds like they could also charge home invasion.
Unfortunately, yes. If the person dies you can be charged with reckless homicide or involuntary manslaughter.
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No. You need to seek a pardon.
If he is convicted, yes
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