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I was severally injured and hospitalized as a result of a Hit and Run accident . I was told recently by someone at the District Attorney's Office that the statute clock for felony hit and run does not start until the person of interest is in custody ; furthermore , I was told that from the time the individual is apprehended , is when the statue clock starts , and from that time , the DA Office would have 7 years to bring their case against the individual . I was told by the police department that it is 7 years from the date of the accident ; however , we questioned that because it was not until this year that the alleged driver that ran from the scene was finally identified .
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