attn: celine, re: statue of limitations on murder

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carveyournamein 7/12/2018 6:46:02 PM
How long is it until the FBI can no longer re-open a case?
zordy 7/12/2018 7:18:15 PM
25 years from the time they find the corpse, so if you murder somebody in like 1993 but then they find the body in 2004 then the 25 years starts at 2004
celine 7/12/2018 7:20:34 PM
There is none
celine 7/12/2018 7:22:03 PM
4 real tho, only time it can be dismissed as a cold case is if there is some prosecutorial delay or negligence resulting in the delay thus depriving the defendant of the right to a speedy trial, which is a bench decision, not a jury question.
celine 7/12/2018 7:22:57 PM
In fact, a prominent attorney is under investigation for the murder of his wife in 1967 and the subsequent insurance claims.
wee_bastid 7/12/2018 7:24:16 PM
celine ain't having any of your shenanigans today, carve.
AnalButt 7/12/2018 7:25:17 PM
Kiss tha Cane when ya speak tha name
carveyournamein 7/12/2018 7:35:35 PM
What other crimes are there no statute of limitations on?
celine 7/12/2018 7:37:54 PM
"Heinous" crimes
carveyournamein 7/12/2018 7:41:48 PM
So if "heinous" is defined as hateful, and that hatred directed toward me violates the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, but I decide to wait before pressing charges to make sure I've collected as much forensic data as possible, can I then have the parties prosecuted much later? Like say once they are a VP or CEO of a company? On the surface it may appear to be vindictive to wait but I just want to be certain I have the right person(s).
willy_wanker 7/12/2018 7:42:26 PM
like clean singing in brutal music
carveyournamein 7/12/2018 7:43:03 PM
Would my perceived desire to cause as much legal damage as possible be held against me?
carveyournamein 7/12/2018 7:46:30 PM
I work in international trade which constitutes that all of my devices I use to conduct said business falls under the classification of "protected computer" if I understand correctly.
carveyournamein 7/12/2018 7:50:50 PM
Let's say I've collected enough forensic evidence thus far to warrant my cellular service provider expending their own resources to aid in my investigation. But let's say it takes them a decade to fully conduct their investigation and the laws change in the mean time. Since the crime(s) were committed during a period where the law was enforceable, can the crimes be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the old law? I'm just trying to figure out how much longer I can continue collecting data.
carveyournamein 7/12/2018 7:52:57 PM
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