Indiana Criminal Statute of Limitations Laws
|Felonies||Murder, Class A felony: none; others, Class B, C, D felony, forgery of an instrument for payment: 5 yrs.; child molesting (if person is at least 16 and victim is not more than 2 yrs. younger: 5 yrs.), vicarious sexual gratification, child solicitation or seduction, incest: when alleged victim turns 31 yrs. of age; Class B and C felony extended 1 yr. after DNA evidence revealing identity of offender discovered or should have been discovered|
|Acts During Which Statute Does Not Run||Nonresident, absent state, conceals self or evidence of crime; prosecution is considered timely if defendant pleads guilty at any time|
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