Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 66. Offenses Against Public Health and Decency
Section 250. Affirmative Defenses.
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AS 11.66.250. Affirmative Defenses.

(a) It is an affirmative defense in a prosecution under AS 11.66.230 that the gambling record was possessed by the defendant solely as a player.

(b) It is an affirmative defense in a prosecution under AS 11.66.230 or 11.66.240 that the gambling record

(1) was not used or intended to be used by the defendant in the operation or promotion of unlawful gambling;

(2) was used or intended to be used by the defendant in a social game.

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