If their is necessary action for a DA to make a county warrant statewide, can this be done after the statue of limitation?
DUI / DWI Attorney
A warrant is a warrant. There are no limits to their jurisdiction. You can be arrested anywhere in the world on an active warrant. Warrants do not expire.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Statute of limitations applies to the time for filing the charge. Warrants are not subject to the statute of limitations.
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