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Yes, under a very small handful of exceptions or circumstances a judge can overrule a statute of limitations. When there are warrants, a defendant's absence from the state, or if the defendant has been in hiding, for example, the statute can be overcome.
If the complainant/plaintiff has very serious physical or mental handicaps that prevented him or her from filing on time, the judge does have the power to overrule the statute of limitations. It has to be extreme, for the judge to exercise that power, but he can do it to prevent an injustice.
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In Alabama if an order for child support issued there is a 20-year statute of limitations on an action to collect it. The 20 years starts running from the time the judgment is ordered.
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