You need to check in with the detectives again and ask them what's going on.
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If it was willful, deliberate and premeditated than there is no statute of limitations, otherwise 6 years.
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Mr. Cernyar is correct about the statute of limitations. But this sounds like a question of whether they felt they had evidence, rather than a question about whether it is too late.
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