how long does the commonwealth att have to present a case to the grand jury after the alledged crime was committed?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Until the statute of limitations has run.
There is no statute of limitations for felonies in Kentucky. So if the charge is a felony charge (these are the only charges a grand jury hears typically), then there is no time limit.
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