I was charged with 8 counts of delivering a controlled substance. I was never arrested and im trying figure out what the statue of limitation on drug charges where the motion has been filed for arrest.
I am sorry you are having the anxiety of facing criminal charges. Your description of your situation is, however, a word salad without any particularly useful information. You say were "charged" with 8 counts of DCS. When were you charged. That is, what day were the charges file-stamped by the clerk? I have absolutely what you mean by "Motion for Arrest". In any event, the Statute of Limitations is a time limit on filing charges by the SAO with the Clerk. It is not a time limit on serving the document on the Defendant. So, if you were "charged" but not served, you may have speedy trial issues but you have no SOL issue.
Again, I'm sorry you're having this experience and I'll check back to see if you clarify.
There isn't a statute of limitations.............
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