When is the criminal statute of limitations a part of substantive law?
Substantive law is a body of laws that regulate and give rights to a society, through criminal and civil laws that apply to a society's government and also to its people.
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A criminal statute of limitations is a part of substantive law by its nature. For example, an assault statute is a criminal law, which is a...
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