Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 30. Bail
Section 25. Release Before Trial in Cases Involving Stalking.
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AS 12.30.025. Release Before Trial in Cases Involving Stalking.

(a) In determining the conditions of release under AS 12.30.020 in cases involving stalking but not domestic violence, the court shall consider the conditions specified in AS 12.30.020 and the following conditions and impose one or more conditions it considers reasonably necessary to protect the alleged victim of the stalking, including ordering the defendant

(1) not to subject the victim to further stalking;

(2) not to contact the victim other than through counsel;

(3) to engage in counseling; if the court directs the defendant to engage in personal counseling, the court shall provide in the order that the counseling must propose alternatives to aggression if that type of counseling is available;

(4) to refrain from the consumption of alcohol or the use of drugs.

(b) As used in this section,

(1) "domestic violence" has the meaning given in AS 18.66.990 ;

(2) "stalking" means a violation of AS 11.41.260 or 11.41.270.

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