I said they could do a weapons sweep. I guess they took that as they could do whatever. They found a notebook and they are charging me with identity theft. This happened in 2018. They are just now charging me. Can they do that without a warrant. They have no body cam or anything
answered on Feb 13, 2023
They can charge you with a felony anytime there is no statute of limitations. As far as the warrant issue, they would have to have a lawfully signed warren that they presented to you at the time. It sounds like there are definitely some legal issues with your case. You need to hire an experienced... Read more »
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answered on Jan 4, 2020
Report it to Adult Protective Services (APS) and let them investigate.
Have 3 cold checks that were written in 2008. The warrant for them was not signed until Sept 2017. Is that not past the statute of limitations on time to file warrant??
answered on Apr 17, 2018
The statute of limitations on filing a misdemeanor charge (s) is one year.
answered on Apr 16, 2018
PACER.Gov will allow you to look up the case online and get copies of you go to the website and establish an account.
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