Do Warrants Expire?

It is very common for our office to receive phone calls from people with warrants that are ten or more years old.  The caller often asks if there is a statute of limitations for enforcing such a warrant.  The answer to this question is no, as not only is a statute of limitations only an issue in the filing of a case, but warrants do not expire.  They last until the day someone dies and the case is dismissed.  To read more about this, click on the following link.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-2010561.html.

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