Prostitution Statute of Limitations
What is the Federal Statute of Limitations on Prostitution?
The federal statute of limitations for prostitution offenses can vary depending on the specific law being violated.
For example, the statute of limitations for violation of the Mann Act, which prohibits transporting individuals across state lines for the purpose of prostitution, is five years from the date of the commission of the crime.
Additionally, the federal statutes of limitation for other prostitution-related crimes such as sex trafficking, and transporting individuals across state lines for the purpose of prostitution are five years as well.
However, it's worth noting that these are general rules and that some other specific circumstances may affect the statute of limitations for prostitution offenses. Also, depending on the specific facts of the case and the jurisdiction, some states may also have their own statute of limitations for prostitution offenses. It's always best to consult with an attorney to determine the specific statute of limitations for a particular case.