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what is the statue of limitations on burglary in the state

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what is the statue of limitations on burglary in the state of kansas?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
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Expert:  Thomas Swartz replied 8 years ago.



Burglary in Kansas is considered a felony (Kansas Statutes § 21-3715).


And under Kansas Statutes § 21-3106(4), a prosecution for a felony must be committed within five years after it is committed. Take note that under § 21-3106(5), there are certain periods of time which are not counted towards the 5 years.


You can locate and get the complete details on the above laws Here. Just type in the statute number above in the "Get Statute" box.


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