The general statute of limitations in Kansas is five years. That means the government has five years after a crime is committed to file charges. If they do not file the charges within five years it is too late and they can never prosecute. There are several exceptions to this general rule.
Since you have already been charged I am not sure statute of limitations is what you want to ask about. But I am not sure what else you may want to know. Talk with your attorney. He will have sufficient information to be able to answer your questions. Do not talk about the facts of your case or post details. Either could later be used against you in court.
Law Office of Patrick Lewis, www.TheKansasDefender.com (913) 558-3961, This answer is intended to provide general information about the justice system. It does not provide legal advice nor does it create an attorney-client relationship. It does not provide the basis for making decisions about a course of action. Legal advice requires more communication and information than is possible in this format. Many important considerations and factors need to be investigated and discussed before an attorney could give legal advice about this issue. Before making any decisions about a course of action readers are strongly encouraged to contact a lawyer and secure an attorney-client relationship. Readers must also understand that this format does not provide for confidential communication.
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