Criminal law Florida
is there a staute of limitations to make a substantial change to a police report in an ongoing Prosecution, Also this is the only Evidence.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Criminal law Florida
There is no time limit that prohibits the police from amending or changing their report. Obviously, a substantial change in the report should be challenged by the defense attorney (which may affect the officer's credibility).
If you have a more specific questions, I'd be more than happy to discuss it with you over the phone. My office is in Clearwater, right across the street from the criminal courthouse.
Aaron J. Slavin, Esq.
SLAVIN LAW FIRM, LLC
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