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Statute of Limitations for Theft (Hawaii)

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I am interested in finding out the Statute of Limitations for a Class C Felony Theft under Hawaii Law. There is an occurrence that is currently under investigation dated June 25, 1997. I have not been formally charged yet as the case is still under investigation and has not been turned over to Prosecutors yet.



You need to ask a Hawaii defense attorney (or the state attorney's office) to find the answer. On this website there are names of attorneys at if you haven't any idea who to call; typically a lawyer will not charge for a brief consultation so go ahead and talk to one.

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