Is there no statute of limitations. I had no prior notice of 2 tickets (court clerk says 1 ticket has 3 violations on it - I thought you receive separate tickets for separate violations). A letter comes in the mail that I failed to appear so a warrant has been issued for my arrest for tickets from 6 years ago! AND I have been at the same address for almost 15 years! The vehicle was in mine and my daughter's name, then solely my name when my daughter brought herself a new vehicle. But the registered address has always been the same as my daughter lives with me.
Yes, there is a statue of limitations on class c misdemeanor cases such as tickets ( 2 years from the date of offense), but the statue is satisfied once the charges are filed with the court.
Yes, there is a statute of limitation on traffic ticket offenses.
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