Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 31. Attempt, Solicitation, and Conspiracy
Section 150. Substantive Crimes Involving Attempt or Solicitation.
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AS 11.31.150. Substantive Crimes Involving Attempt or Solicitation.

Notwithstanding AS 11.31.140 (d),

(1) a person may not be charged under AS 11.31.100 if the crime allegedly attempted by the defendant is defined in such a way that an attempt to engage in the proscribed conduct constitutes commission of the crime itself;

(2) a person may not be charged under AS 11.31.110 if the solicitation in question is defined as a specific crime under other provisions of law.

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