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Posted almost 3 years ago

 

Ok so in Journalism we were watching news about the Penn State incident and I was just curious what is the legal term for when you wait way long after a crime was commited? One of the guys is 25 and said it happened when he was 13 I was just curious I know there is a legal term for it I just don't know the word. Any thoughts would be a appreciated


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 Are you referring to statute of limitations as concerned for criminal prosecution?

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TrafficCop28 says ...



 Are you referring to statute of limitations as concerned for criminal prosecution?



I think that is exactly the term he is looking for !


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 That's what I was thinking, his post is a little confusing. Hope that helps, Liljj.

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that is exactly what I was thinking it was called. Thanks sorry it was confusing I didn't know how to word it


" The things you want are always possible: it is just that the way to get them is not always apparent. The onle real obstacle in your path to fulfilling life is you, and that can be a considerable obstacle because you carry the baggage of insecurities and past experiance" Les Brown