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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 16. Regulation of Sales and Distribution
- Section 180. Penalties For Violation.
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. Penalties For Violations of AS 04.11.010
AS 04.16.180. Penalties For Violation.
- (a) Except as provided in AS 04.11.015, 04.11.150 (g), AS 04.16.025
, 04.16.050, 04.16.051, 04.16.200 - 04.16.210, and AS 04.21.065
, a person who violates a provision of this title or a regulation adopted by the board is guilty, upon conviction, of a
class A misdemeanor. Each violation is a separate offense.
- (b) A suspension or revocation of a license ordered by the board under AS 04.11.370
(a)(4) and (5) shall be as follows:
- (1) on first conviction the license of the premises involved may not be revoked, but may be suspended for not more than 45
- (2) on second conviction the license of the premises involved may not be revoked, but may be suspended for not more than
- (3) on third conviction the license of the premises involved may be suspended or revoked.
- (c) In this section, the terms "second conviction" and "third conviction" include only convictions for violations that
occur within five years of the first conviction. The terms refer to the cumulative number of convictions of a licensee
of any combination of violations of the provisions of this title, regulations adopted under this title, or ordinances
adopted under AS 04.21.010
. The terms "second conviction" and "third conviction" include a conviction of the agent or employee of a licensee of
a violation of a law, regulation, or ordinance if the conviction constitutes a ground for suspension or revocation
under AS 04.11.370(a)(5).
- (d) This section does not affect the authority of the board to suspend or revoke a license when the board determines that
continuance of activities under a license would not be in the best interests of the public.
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