Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 46. Offenses Against Property
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Chapter 46. Offenses Against Property

Section 100. Theft Defined.
Section 110. Consolidation of Theft Offenses: Pleading and Proof.
Section 120. Theft in the First Degree.
Section 130. Theft in the Second Degree.
Section 140. Theft in the Third Degree.
Section 150. Theft in the Fourth Degree.
Section 160. Theft of Lost or Mislaid Property.
Section 180. Theft By Deception.
Section 190. Theft By Receiving.
Section 200. Theft of Services.
Section 210. Theft By Failure to Make Required Disposition of Funds Received or Held.
Section 220. Concealment of Merchandise.
Section 230. Reasonable Detention as Defense.
Section 260. Removal of Identification Marks.
Section 270. Unlawful Possession.
Section 280. Issuing a Bad Check.
Section 285. Fraudulent Use of An Access Device or Identification Document.
Section 290. Obtaining An Access Device or Identification Document By Fraudulent Means.
Section 295. Prior Convictions.
Section 300. Burglary in the First Degree.
Section 310. Burglary in the Second Degree.
Section 315. Possession of Burglary Tools.
Section 320. Criminal Trespass in the First Degree.
Section 330. Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree.
Section 340. Defense: Emergency Use of Premises.
Section 350. Definition; Privilege to Enter or Remain on Unimproved Land.
Section 360. Vehicle Theft in the First Degree.
Section 365. Vehicle Theft in the Second Degree.
Section 370. Possession of Motor Vehicle Theft Tools.
Section 400. Arson in the First Degree.
Section 410. Arson in the Second Degree.
Section 420. Arson in the Third Degree.
Section 427. Criminally Negligent Burning in the First Degree.
Section 430. Criminally Negligent Burning in the Second Degree.
Section 450. Failure to Control or Report a Dangerous Fire.
Section 460. Disregard of a Highway Obstruction.
Section 462. Unlawful Possession of Official Traffic Control Device.
Section 475. Criminal Mischief in the First Degree.
Section 480. Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree.
Section 482. Criminal Mischief in the Third Degree.
Section 484. Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree.
Section 486. Criminal Mischief in the Fifth Degree.
Section 487. Forfeiture of Property Upon Conviction.
Section 488. Littering. [Repealed, 3 Ch 149 SLA 1980. For Current Law, See AS 46.06.080]
Section 489. Community Work Upon Conviction.
Section 490. Definitions. [Renumbered as AS 11.46.495]
Section 495. Definitions.
Section 500. Forgery in the First Degree.
Section 505. Forgery in the Second Degree.
Section 510. Forgery in the Third Degree.
Section 520. Criminal Possession of a Forgery Device.
Section 530. Criminal Simulation.
Section 540. Obtaining a Signature By Deception.
Section 550. Offering a False Instrument For Recording in the First Degree.
Section 560. Offering a False Instrument For Recording in the Second Degree.
Section 565. Criminal Impersonation in the First Degree.
Section 570. Criminal Impersonation in the Second Degree.
Section 580. Definitions.
Section 600. Scheme to Defraud.
Section 620. Misapplication of Property.
Section 630. Falsifying Business Records.
Section 660. Commercial Bribe Receiving.
Section 670. Commercial Bribery.
Section 710. Deceptive Business Practices.
Section 720. Misrepresentation of Use of a Propelled Vehicle.
Section 730. Defrauding Creditors.
Section 740. Criminal Use of Computer.
Section 980. Determination of Value; Aggregation of Amounts.
Section 982. Adjustment for Inflation Increasing the Value of Property or Services as an Element of an Offense.
Section 985. Deceiving a Machine.
Section 990. Definitions.

Article 01. THEFT AND RELATED OFFENSES

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