From The Federalist Society :
Consolidated with United States v. Collins, United States v. Briggs challenges the idea that a rape charge may only be prosecuted if it is discovered within five years of the crime. Michael Briggs was found gulity of rape in 2014; however, Briggs claimed that the statute of limitations had expired, as the crime happened in 2005. Briggs was convicted by the U.S. Air Force Criminal Court and, after a fairly complicated procedural route, will now be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Arthur Rizer, Director, Criminal Justice & Civil Liberties; Resident Senior Fellow, R Street Institute
Prof. Richard Sala, Assistant Professor of Law, Vermont Law School
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- “The Federalist Society”: https://fedsoc.org/events/courthouse-steps-oral-argument-teleforum-united-states-v-collins
- “here”: https://fedsoc.org/events/courthouse-steps-oral-argument-teleforum-united-states-v-collins