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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
- Chapter 20. Trial
- Section 160. Affidavit as Prerequisite to Officer's Liability.
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AS 09.20.160. Affidavit as Prerequisite to Officer's Liability.
- (a) The officer making the arrest is not liable in any way therefor unless the person claiming exoneration from arrest, if
required, makes an affidavit stating that the person
- (1) has been served a subpoena to attend as a witness before a court, judge, referee, or other official, specifying the
same, the place of attendance, and the action or proceeding in which the subpoena was issued; and
- (2) has not been served by the person's own procurement with the intention of avoiding an arrest.
- (b) The affidavit may be taken by the officer, and exonerates the officer from liability for not making the arrest or for
discharging the witness when arrested.
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