Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 35. Offenses and Accidents
Section 180. Disobedience to Signals of Officer Regulating Traffic Prohibited.
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AS 28.35.180. Disobedience to Signals of Officer Regulating Traffic Prohibited.

A driver of a vehicle may not refuse to obey a lawful order or direction of a peace officer, fire fighter, or authorized flagman regulating and directing traffic. A peace officer or fire fighter regulating or directing traffic shall, upon request of a driver, produce evidence of authorization unless the officer or fire fighter is wearing in view the badge or uniform of office.

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