Generally, the statute of limitations is 5 years for state and Fed's.
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Under new York state law there is a five year statute of limitations. Under federal law it would be five years of the most recent act of a provable conspiracy. A face to face consultation with a criminal attorney might be best. Good luck.
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5 years but if it was part of any on-going conspiracy it could come in.
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