Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 45. Trial, Evidence, Compromise
Section 42. Mental Examination of Victim.
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AS 12.45.042. Mental Examination of Victim.

In a criminal prosecution under AS 11.41, the court may not order or compel the victim to undergo a psychiatric or psychological examination unless

(1) the victim's psychiatric or psychological condition is an element of the offense charged; or

(2) the prosecution has given notice that it will present evidence at trial that the victim suffers from a continuing psychological or psychiatric condition that resulted from the offense charged.

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