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Thread: Do criminal arrest warrants expire? (In the state of Virginia) Kansas

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    Default Do criminal arrest warrants expire? (In the state of Virginia) Kansas

    Its a felony charge.

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    Nope...never.
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    Default Fraud

    The charge is a fraud and the warrent will be a year old in Oct. Someone replied that the warrents never expire, were would i find this information regarding this matter?

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    Warrants don't expire. They're turned over to the sheriff or the police until they're served.

    Even if issuing a warrant doesn't toll the statute of limitations on it's own, being a fugitive from justice generally does toll the statute of limitations.

    We have warrants that are over ten years old at my office.
    Militant Agnostic- I don't know and you don't know either.

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