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I am a KOrean War Veteran. Traveler's Ins. committed 3

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I am a KOrean War Veteran. Traveler's Ins. committed 3 felonies to protect multi billionaire Mortimer xxxxxxxx fro liability in my lawsuit in NY Supreme Court 3/30/01> Does committing a crime by an ins co. to divert liability from a vulnerable billionaire. Is a criminal case subject to statute of limitations
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Zoey_ JD replied 1 year ago.

Hello,

Yes, New York State has statutes of limitations on felony prosecution. Most NYS felonies have a 3 year statute of limitations, which would begin to run from the commission of the crime. Felonies with possible sentences of 8 years of imprisonment or more have 6 year statutes of limitations. There are a few with no statutes of limitations, but these are capital offenses, offenses that carry a life sentence and the embezzlement of public funds.

If the events you are discussing took place in 2001, they are time barred today. I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news.