Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 5. Jurisdiction
Section 20. Offenses Committed On Aircraft or Ferries and Other Watercraft Owned or Operated By the State.
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AS 12.05.020. Offenses Committed On Aircraft or Ferries and Other Watercraft Owned or Operated By the State.

A person may be prosecuted under the laws of this state for an offense committed on or against an aircraft owned or operated by the state or a ferry or other watercraft owned or operated by the state, even if the aircraft, ferry, or watercraft is in airspace or water outside the state when the offense is alleged to have occurred. This jurisdiction is in addition to that provided by AS 44.03 and any other jurisdictional basis expressed or implied in law.

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