§ 12-3-10. Enumeration of statutes of limitation.
The following compilation of statutes of limitation for criminal offenses is set forth as an aid to the public and is not intended to replace the specific statutes referred to in this section. The omission of any statute of limitation from this list shall in no way affect the validity of the statute.
|Section||Offense||Period of Limitations|
|4-4-26||Offenses relating to diseased animals||30 days|
|11-13-2||Prosecution of illegal sale, use or possession of fireworks||30 days|
|11-47-53||Prosecution for firing weapons or carrying loaded weapons in vehicles||30 days|
|12-12-17||Minor criminal offenses; time for indictment or information||3 years|
|12-12-18||New indictment or information to replace one stolen, lost or destroyed||1 year|
|17-23-11||Prosecution of election law offenses||1 year|
|28-39-32||Temporary disability insurance act offenses||5 years|
|30-13-46(a)||Prosecution for desertion, AWOL during war, aiding the enemy or mutiny under the Rhode Island Code of Military Justice||No limit|
|30-13-46(b)||Prosecution for desertion in peacetime or perjury under the Rhode Island Code of Military Justice||3 years|
|30-13-46(c)||Prosecution for summary court-martial offenses under the Rhode Island Code of Military Justice||2 years|
|31-23.2-8||To enforce liability for tampering with odometers||6 months|
|46-7-4||Proceedings for forfeitures for wrongfully making fast a vessel to a stake or buoy, or damaging same, in the Pawtucket River, Warren River or upper Narragansett Bay, or to markers or beacons in other areas||6 months|
History of Section.
P.L. 1982, ch. 388, § 1.