This would be governed by New Jersey law, so you should ask the question there. The laws differ by state. In North Carolina, there is no statute of limitations for felonies, but I'm not sure how that applies to juveniles (which is what he was when he was 12/13).
<a href="http://www.chetson.com">Raleigh criminal lawyer</a> Damon Chetson represents people in Raleigh, Cary, Apex, and the rest of Wake County, North Carolina. The information provided here is for educational purposes only and should not be relied upon as the specific facts may change the potential advice. Consult with a licensed <a href="http://www.chetson.net">Raleigh criminal lawyer</a> or attorney in your jurisdiction about your legal question or problem. For a free consultation about a North Carolina case, call (919) 352-9411 day or night, any day of the week.
You should contact the prosecutor for the county you lived in when this happened. Each state has a different stautte of limitations for crimes, but they generally do start untl the victim is 18. You might want to contact an attorney in New Jersey to find out exactly what you can do. I suspect that there is nothing ot be done at this late date.