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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 35. Public Accommodations and Facilities
- Section 341. Citations; Penalty.
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AS 18.35.341. Citations; Penalty.
- (a) A peace officer may issue a citation for a violation of AS 18.35.300 or 18.35.305 committed in the officer's presence or for a
violation of AS 18.35.330
. The provisions of AS 12.25.180
(b) and 12.25.190 - 12.25.230 apply to the issuance of a citation under this
- (b) An employee of the department designated by the commissioner to enforce the provisions of AS 18.35.300
- 18.35.365 may issue a citation for a violation of
, 18.35.305, or 18.35.330 regardless of whether the violation was
committed in the employee's presence. A citation issued under this subsection shall be in the same form and shall be
processed in the same manner as a citation issued by a peace officer under (a) of this section. An employee of the
department may not arrest a person for a violation of AS 18.35.300
, 18.35.305, or 18.35.330.
- (c) A person who violates AS 18.35.300
, 18.35.305, or 18.35.330 is guilty of a violation as defined in AS 11.81.900
(b) and upon conviction is punishable by a fine of not less than $10 nor more than $50 for a violation of AS 18.35.300
or 18.35.305 and by a fine of not less than $20 nor
more than $300 for a violation of AS 18.35.330
. Each day a violation of AS 18.35.330
continues after a citation for the violation has been issued constitutes a separate violation.
- (d) The supreme court shall establish a schedule of bail amounts for violations of AS 18.35.300
, 18.35.305, and 18.35.330, but in no event may the bail amount exceed the
maximum fine that may be imposed for the violation under (c) of this section. The bail amount for a violation must
appear on the citation.
- (e) A person cited for a violation under this section may, within 15 days after the date of the citation, mail or
personally deliver to the clerk of the court in which the citation is filed
- (1) the amount of bail indicated on the citation for that violation; and
- (2) a copy of the citation indicating that the right to an appearance is waived, a plea of no contest is entered, and the
bail is forfeited.
- (f) When bail has been forfeited under (e) of this section, a judgment of conviction shall be entered. Forfeiture of bail
is a complete satisfaction for the violation. The clerk of the court accepting the bail shall provide the violator with
a receipt stating that fact if requested.
- (g) If the person cited fails to pay the bail amount established under (d) of this section or to appear in court as
required, the citation is considered a summons for a misdemeanor.
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