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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 11. Criminal Law
- Chapter 56. Offenses Against Public Administration
- Section 757. Violation of Condition of Release.
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AS 11.56.757. Violation of Condition of Release.
- (a) A person commits the crime of violation of condition of release if the person
- (1) has been charged with a crime or convicted of a crime;
- (2) has been released under AS 12.30; and
- (3) violates a condition of release imposed by a judicial officer under AS 12.30, other than the requirement to appear as ordered by a judicial
- (b) Violation of condition of release is
- (1) a class A misdemeanor if the person is released from a charge or conviction of a felony;
- (2) a class B misdemeanor if the person is released from a charge or conviction of a misdemeanor.
- (c) In this section, "conviction" means that an adult, or a juvenile charged as an adult under AS 47.12, has entered a plea of guilty, guilty but mentally ill, or
nolo contendere, or has been found guilty or guilty but mentally ill by a court or jury.
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