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In AS 11.41.100 - 11.41.140 "person", when referring to the victim of a crime, means a human being who has been born and was alive at the time of the criminal act. A person is "alive" if there is spontaneous respiratory or cardiac function or, when respiratory and cardiac functions are maintained by artificial means, there is spontaneous brain function.
Article 02. ASSAULT AND RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT
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