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if unknowingly i commited bigamy in 2006. when statue of limitation

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if unknowingly i commited bigamy in 2006. when statue of limitation was 3 years for that crime which is raised to 7 years in 2009. which statue of limitation would my charges go under?
Hello and thank you for allowing me the opportunity to assist you.

The correct statute of limitations would be the statute of limitations that applied in 2006. So, in your case it would be 3 years.

As an aside, if you had no intent to commit bigamy, then you could not be convicted anyway.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.


thankyou soo much. could you please confirm if statue of limitations for bigamy in texas in 2006 was infact 3 years. cause honestly i just got this information online.

Hi again. Sure, I will verify the statute of limitations:

Under Texas Crim. Proc. §12.01(7), it is 3 years (both now and in 2006).

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