Alaska Statutes.
Title 1. General Provisions
Chapter 5. Alaska Statutes
Section 21. Effect of Repeal On Prior Offenses and Punishments.
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AS 01.05.021. Effect of Repeal On Prior Offenses and Punishments.

(a) No fine, forfeiture, or penalty incurred under laws existing before the time the Alaska Statutes take effect is affected by repeal of the existing law, but the recovery of the fines and forfeitures and the enforcement of the penalties are effected as if the law repealed had still remained in effect.

(b) In the case of an offense committed before the time the Alaska Statutes take effect, the offender is punished under the law in effect when the offense was committed.

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