Again, the statute of limitations applies to the time period in which the state must charge a person or issue a warrant. There is no requirement that the state apprehend a suspect within that period. Such a requirement would encourage cat-and-mouse games and would be contrary to public policy. Therefore, the statute of limitations ceases to be an issue once a warrant is issued.
39-14-403 is Aggravated Burglary. Theft is a different statute. 39-14-105 grades theft and theft of $500-$1,000 is a Class E felony. The statute of limitations on a Class E felony is 2 years.
If you're wondering where you should appear for your court date, you can find that out at the Clerk of Court's Office. The Clerk's Office can provide you with the address and room number, both of which are essential.
You'll want to retain an attorney to represent you in the matter.
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