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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
- Chapter 55. Sentencing and Probation
- Section 86. Imprisonment as a Condition of Suspended Imposition of Sentence.
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. Suspending Imposition of Sentence.
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. Modification of Sentence.
AS 12.55.086. Imprisonment as a Condition of Suspended Imposition of Sentence.
- (a) When the imposition of sentence is suspended under AS 12.55.085
, the court may require, as a special condition of probation, that the defendant serve a definite term of continuous or
periodic imprisonment, not to exceed the maximum term of imprisonment that could have been imposed. The court may
recommend that the defendant serve all or part of the term in a correctional restitution center.
- (b) A defendant imprisoned under this section is entitled to a deduction from the term of imprisonment for good conduct
under AS 33.20.010. Unless otherwise specified in the
order of suspension of imposition of sentence, a defendant imprisoned under this section is eligible for parole if the
term of imprisonment exceeds one year and is eligible for any work furlough, rehabilitation furlough, or similar
program available to other state prisoners.
- (c) If probation is revoked and the defendant is sentenced to imprisonment, the defendant shall receive credit for time
served under this section. Deductions for good conduct under AS 33.20.010
do not constitute "time served."
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