Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 61. Offenses Against Public Order
Section 240. Criminal Possession of Explosives.
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AS 11.61.240. Criminal Possession of Explosives.

(a) A person commits the crime of criminal possession of explosives if the person possesses or manufactures an explosive substance or device and intends to use that substance or device to commit a crime.

(b) Criminal possession of explosives is a

(1) class A felony if the crime intended is murder in any degree or kidnapping;

(2) class B felony if the crime intended is a class A felony;

(3) class C felony if the crime intended is a class B felony;

(4) class A misdemeanor if the crime intended is a class C felony;

(5) class B misdemeanor if the crime intended is a class A or class B misdemeanor.

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