By Jeff Schogol: Retired Army General Faces Civilian Court After Service Fails To Court-Martial Him For Alleged Rape
The Washington Post first reported on Monday that Grazioplene had been charged in Prince William County Circuit Court after the Army’s attempt to prosecute him failed following a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces in February that rape charges have a five-year statute of limitations.
Unlike the military, Virginia does not have a statute of limitations for the charges that Grazioplene faces, Ebert said.
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