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  1. #1
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    May 2009

    Statute of limitations on Civil Rights Violations

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? In Indiana or Federally is there a limitation on how long criminal charges can be made against unlawful police proceedures?

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    Mar 2006
    Since there are many issues, review 42 U.S.C. 1983.

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    Based on that last response, I can pretty much guaranty that whatever you were arrested for was entirely proper

    Quote Originally Posted by Tranquility
    Once you get to crazy land, it is only a guess on how to get out.
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    Mar 2006
    The funny thing is, I thought I was answering the question. Since the OP didn't give any actual facts on what happened, I gave him the statute where he would be able to apply his facts himself to find an answer. I think the man with child porn on his mind didn't even google my response so that he could find his answer. (Not that it would be easy. Everyone thinks SOL is a simple rule, it's not.)

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