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Statute of Limitations

The statute of limitations is a legal concept that sets a time limit on how long after an event someone can be charged with a crime or sued for civil damages. This time limit is set by law and varies depending on the type of offense and the jurisdiction in which it was committed. Continue Reading Below

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