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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
- Chapter 25. Arrests and Citations
- Section 195. Disposition of Scheduled Offenses.
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AS 12.25.195. Disposition of Scheduled Offenses.
- (a) A person cited for an offense for which a scheduled amount of bail or a fine has been established may mail or
personally deliver to the clerk of the court with appropriate jurisdiction if a bailable offense, or to the clerk of
the municipality that issued the citation if a scheduled municipal fine, the amount of the bail or fine indicated on
the citation for the offense together with a copy of the citation signed by the person indicating the person's waiver
of court appearance, entry of plea of no contest, and forfeiture of bail or fine. A motor vehicle or traffic citation
may be mailed or personally delivered within five days of the date of the citation. A citation for a scheduled offense
other than a motor vehicle or traffic citation may be mailed or personally delivered within 15 days of the date of the
- (b) When bail or a fine is forfeited under this section, a judgment of conviction shall be entered. The bail or fine paid
is complete satisfaction for the offense.
- (c) Disposition of an offense under (a) of this section may not occur unless the person cited for the offense pays the
surcharge prescribed in AS 12.55.039
in addition to the scheduled bail or fine amount. The surcharge required to be paid under this subsection shall be
deposited into the general fund and accounted for under AS 37.05.142
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