Q: Is there a statue of limitations for suing for violation of civil.rights?
Maliciously prosecuted by the catholic church and a priest and his lying church member.
Prosecuted with no evidence.
Found not guilty. cruel. they lied. I have proof.
Yes, the statute of limitations for your action is 2 years from the date of your injury.
You should immediately consult a good civil rights lawyer to make sure you don't miss the deadline to file your lawsuit. In your case, the date the statute of limitations began running is complicated.
A: In California, the statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit for violation of civil rights is generally two years from the date of the alleged violation, according to California Code of Civil Procedure section 335.1. However, there may be exceptions to this rule depending on the circumstances of the case. It is recommended that you speak with a qualified attorney who can provide you with more specific information and guidance regarding your situation.
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