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    Default Do criminal arrest warrants expire? Connecticut

    I'm know statue of limitations state that in 7 years they expire but has that changed?

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    They don't generally expire. The statute of limitations governs the time between the discovery of the crime and when the state commences prosecution. If a warrant has issued, your state may consider that hte prosecution has begun, and the SoL clock has stopped. There are other things tha pause the clock, such as being a fugitive from justice or fleeing the state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulie1216 View Post
    I'm know statue of limitations state that in 7 years they expire but has that changed?
    You could always go down to the local PD in person and ask 'em
    This will pass. Life's got bigger disapointments waiting for you.

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