Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 35. Search and Seizure
Section 20. Grounds For Issuance.
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AS 12.35.020. Grounds For Issuance.

A search warrant may be issued if the judicial officer reasonably believes any of the following:

(1) that the property was stolen or embezzled;

(2) that the property was used as a means of committing a crime;

(3) that the property is in the possession of a person who intends to use it as the means of committing a crime, or in possession of another to whom the person may have delivered it for the purpose of concealing it or preventing its being discovered;

(4) that the property constitutes evidence of a particular crime or tends to show that a certain person has committed a particular crime;

(5) that either reasonable legislative or administrative standards for conducting a routine or area inspection with regard to air pollution are satisfied with respect to the particular place, dwelling, structure, premises, or vehicle, or there is reason to believe that a condition of nonconformity exists with respect to the particular place, dwelling, structure, premises, or vehicle.

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