this is a case of some thing in 2011 he was just arrested two weeks ago at his probation office ...
Criminal Defense Attorney
It depends on the charge. For certain offenses there is no statute of limitations. Generally, most federal crimes have a statute of limitations of five years, although there are exceptions that apply for certain crimes, when the wanted person is a fugitive, crimes against certain victims, etc. you should speak with an attorney for more specific answers.
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