Standard answer on statute of limitations:
Originally Posted by tochsia
There are thousands of posts similar to yours on this forum, so I have prepared a standard answer. Use what is helpful; disregard the rest.
The statutes on limitations is, among other things, a statute telling the government how long it has to file a criminal charge. It stops running the day the charge is filed.
This is not a game of tag where, if you can keep from getting caught, you are home free.
Some states and jurisdictions will pull old warrants after awhile; some states and jurisdictions keep warrants active forever.
My best advice: surrender.
Stand by for other opinions.
There are two rules for success:
(1) Never tell everything you know.