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— A Wake County judge on Tuesday sentenced a former Raleigh defense attorney to 12 to 34 months in prison on charges that he altered court records relating to dozens of DWI convictions in an effort to lessen driving penalties for his clients.James Crouch pleaded guilty last month to charges that he backdated convictions in an effort to shorten or eliminate license suspensions in approximately 50 driving while impaired cases from May 2008 to April 2012.

The Act does not set a limit on the number of years in the past in respect of which sums may be recovered.(1)An action to recover any sum recoverable by virtue of any enactment shall not be brought after the expiration of six years from the date on which the cause of action accrued.(2)Subsection (1) above shall not affect any action to which section 10 of this Act applies.“Unless there is some basis for limiting applications to a shorter period, it follows that applications may go back to 1993 when this tax and its associated arrangements were introduced.The effect of this provision is that the claim must be commenced within six years of the accrual of the cause of action, as explained in my recent decision in Holdsworth et al v.City of Bradford MDC, 6 July 2015, Appeal No: 4705M141113/254CThe Limitation Act sets a limit on when proceedings must be initiated.

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