I was arrested in March of 2012 and currently haven't been arraigned or heard from the courts so is there a statue of limitation.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Yes, every charge has a statute of limitations, but once you have been arrested it becomes a speedy trial issue. Under these facts, if the state has not filed formal charges, you should be able to file a notice of expiration of speedy trial and a motion for discharge if the state starts to proceed in the future. You may want to check with the clerk of court to make sure no action has been taken by the state.
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