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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 11. Criminal Law
- Chapter 56. Offenses Against Public Administration
- Section 310. Escape in the Second Degree.
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AS 11.56.310. Escape in the Second Degree.
- (a) One commits the crime of escape in the second degree if, without lawful authority, one
- (1) removes oneself from
- (A) a correctional facility while under official detention;
- (B) official detention for a felony or for extradition; or
- (C) official detention and, during the escape or at any time before being restored to official detention, one possesses on
or about oneself a firearm;
- (2) violates AS 11.56.335 or 11.56.340
and, during the time of the unlawful evasion or at any time before being restored to official detention, one possesses
on or about oneself a firearm; or
- (3) removes, tampers with, or disables the electronic monitoring equipment, or leaves one's residence or other place
designated by the commissioner of corrections for the service by electronic monitoring of official detention for a
- (b) Escape in the second degree is a class B felony.
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