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No. No time limit at all.
Some offences are time barred after 6 months.
This is not one of them.
So no, there is no limit.
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At this stage no. I assume you were interviewed and told the Police what happened?Given its been going on for this long, they will probably drop it.
But if you call and chase it, they may just charge.
So let sleeping dogs lie, I am sure no further action will be taken as iot has been so long.
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Its not at Court. So just leave it be.
Otherwise, they might just charge you.
Does that clarify?