I have a child in Virginia that needed my care. I called my probation officer multiple times in regards but received no answer. I then left voice mails for him to return my call. Within days no call so I left in regards to my child.
Your question is, "If nobody catches me for long enough, will the charges go away?"
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No, I am guessing you are on probation. Your probation officer will violate you and there will be a capias for your arrest. Get in touch with your probation officer as soon as possible. Maybe she will forgive you, if she doesn't at least you can argue it was leaving the state without permission and not absconding because you kept in contact with her. (leaving the state without permission is less serious than absconding)
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NOPE. Probation violations and warrants have no statute of limitation and never expire. SOL applies to the time frame within which a criminal prosecution must commence. Your's commenced long ago and now you've violated probation. Retain an attorney at once and work on some better excuses than you've offered here.
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