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(Olympia, WA)  --  A change in Washington's criminal law, signed by Governor Jay Inslee, allows up to ten years to elapse from the time an attempted murder is committed before charges can be filed.  The law makes attempted murder different from most felonies, which have a three-year statute of limitations.  The bill's sponsor, Spokane Valley Senator Mike Padden, tells the "Spokesman-Review" attempted murder deserves a longer time limit, considering there's no time limit on when charges can be filed following a successful murder attempt.

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