802.) No person may be given a life or death sentence to an applicable charge, without being sentenced through a court proceeding.
803.) No person can be subjected to a second prosecution for a crime for which he or she has once been charged and convicted or acquitted.
804.) Prosecution for a felony offense must commence soon after the offense has been discovered, or in regards to an ongoing investigation, must be commenced at the conclusion of the investigation.
805.) Prosecution for a Felony, Misdemeanor, or Infraction must commence soon after the offense has been discovered, exceeding a period of no longer than three days. Extensions may be granted by an authorizing judge in relation to a warrant.
806.) Criminal Appeals for either a felony, misdemeanor, or infraction must be commenced within thirty days after the initial arrest. Appeals submitted after this period will be declined. Extensions may be granted if reasonable cause is submitted to the court. (EX. Pending IA Reports)