Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 35. Search and Seizure
Section 120. Definition of Search Warrant.
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AS 12.35.120. Definition of Search Warrant.

A search warrant is an order in writing, signed by a judge or magistrate or signed at the direction of a judicial officer in accordance with AS 12.35.015 , directed to a peace officer, commanding the peace officer to search for personal property and bring it before the judge or magistrate.

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