A friend of mine has a son-in-law who assaulted me by grabbing me by my neck and choking me. I had neck surgery 9-10 months prior and my neck was very sore after the assault for 2 1/2 weeks.
I didn’t press charges because my friend and his wife are up there in age and I didn’t want to upset them. But their son-in-law is now stopping and staring in the parking lot like he wants to fight, and when he passes my house he slows down and stares if I’m in the front.
Can I still press the assault charge, or is there a statute of limitations?
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