Michigan state senate bill aims to increase statute of limitations for sexual assault crimes

WSYM Published October 18, 2017

Rumble The statute of limitations as it stands now is 10 years or the victim's 21st birthday--whichever comes later. That means if an eight-year-old is sexually assaulted, they would have until they are 21 to go to court, versus a 15-year-old, who would have until ten years after the assault.