The criminal statute of limitations typically break down as follows:
1 year SOL for misdemeanors/where punishible by only county jail or fines.
3 year SOL for Crimes where the punishment can include state imprisonment.
6 year SOL for Crimes where the punishment is up to 8 years or more.
No limitation - A crime punishable by death or life imprisonment.
However there are a number of exceptions.
Here is a link to the limitations code sections: CLICK HERE.
Robbery is punishable as follows:
- 1st degree in concert with 2 other people - up to 9 years. (State prison)
- 1st degree - up to 6 years (State prison)
- 2nd degree - up to 5 years (State prison)
Theft is punishable as follows:
- Grand Theft with a firearm - up to 3 years (State prison)
- Grand theft with no firearm - up to 1 year (State prison or County)
- Petty thest - 6 months (County only)
I doubt the sexual intercourse was punishable by more than a year unless it was rape. You can look at Penal Code Section 261.5 to make your own assessment.
Basically, my interpretation based on the limited facts you've provided is that the burglary might have a 6 year statute, but everything else would be 3 at most.
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