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NOTICE The text of this opinion can be corrected before the opinion is published in the Pacific Reporter . Readers are encouraged to bring typographical or other formal errors to the attention of the Clerk of the Appellate Courts: 303 K Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 Fax: (907) 264-0878 E-mail: corrections@ akcourts.us IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF THE STATE OF ALASKA STATE OF ALASKA, Court of Appeals Nos. A-11819, A-11829, and A-11830 Appellant, Trial Court Nos. 4FA-12-3228 CR v. and 4FA-12-3659 CR KENNETH JOHN JOUPPI and O P I N I O N KEN AIR, LLC, Appellees. No. 2551 - May 12, 2017 Appeal from the District Court, Fourth Judicial District, Fairbanks, Patrick S. Hammers, Judge. Appearances: Donald Soderstrom, Assistant Attorney General, Office of Criminal Appeals, Anchorage, and Michael C. Geraghty and Craig W. Richards, Attorneys General, Juneau, for the Appellant. Nelson Traverso, Fairbanks, for Appellee Kenneth Jouppi. Robert John, Fairbanks, for Appellee Ken Air, LLC. Before: Mannheimer, Chief Judge, and Allard, Judge. Judge MANNHEIMER. The State of Alaska prosecuted Kenneth John Jouppiand the air carrier that he and his wife owned, Ken Air, LLC, for unlawful importation of alcoholic beverages into a "local option" community ( i.e., a community that had exercised its option under ----------------------- Page 7----------------------- On appeal, the defendants argue that Sgt. Yancey's above-quotedtestimony was improper because it amounted to an assertion about Jouppi's mental state - an assertion that Jouppi acted with the
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