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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