Statute of limitations – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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In Classical Athens, a five-year statute of limitations was established for all cases except homicide and the prosecution of non-constitutional laws (which had no limitation).Demosthenes wrote that these statutes of limitations were adopted to control "sycophants" (professional accusers). 

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