Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 56. Offenses Against Public Administration
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Chapter 56. Offenses Against Public Administration

Section 100. Bribery.
Section 110. Receiving a Bribe.
Section 120. Receiving Unlawful Gratuities.
Section 124. Failure to Report Bribery or Receiving a Bribe.
Section 130. Definition.
Section 200. Perjury.
Section 205. Unsworn Falsification in the First Degree.
Section 210. Unsworn Falsification in the Second Degree.
Section 220. Proof of Guilt.
Section 230. Perjury By Inconsistent Statements.
Section 235. Retraction as a Defense.
Section 240. Definitions.
Section 300. Escape in the First Degree.
Section 310. Escape in the Second Degree.
Section 320. Escape in the Third Degree.
Section 330. Escape in the Fourth Degree.
Section 335. Unlawful Evasion in the First Degree.
Section 340. Unlawful Evasion in the Second Degree.
Section 350. Unlawful Evasion in the Second Degree. [Repealed, 6 Ch 51 SLA 1995].
Section 370. Permitting An Escape.
Section 375. Promoting Contraband in the First Degree.
Section 380. Promoting Contraband in the Second Degree.
Section 390. Definition.
Section 510. Interference With Official Proceedings.
Section 520. Receiving a Bribe By a Witness or Juror.
Section 540. Tampering With a Witness in the First Degree.
Section 545. Tampering With a Witness in the Second Degree.
Section 590. Jury Tampering.
Section 600. Misconduct By a Juror.
Section 610. Tampering With Physical Evidence.
Section 620. Simulating Legal Process.
Section 700. Resisting or Interfering With Arrest.
Section 705. Harming a Police Dog in the First Degree.
Section 710. Harming a Police Dog in the Second Degree.
Section 715. Defense to Harming a Police Dog.
Section 720. Refusing to Assist a Peace Officer or Judicial Officer.
Section 730. Failure to Appear.
Section 740. Violating a Protective Order.
Section 745. Interfering With a Report of a Crime Involving Domestic Violence.
Section 750. Unlawful Contact in the First Degree.
Section 755. Unlawful Contact in the Second Degree.
Section 756. Definitions.
Section 757. Violation of Condition of Release.
Section 758. Violation of Custodian's Duty.
Section 759. Violation by Sex Offender of Condition of Probation.
Section 760. Violating An Order to Submit to DNA Testing.
Section 762. Unlawful Use of Dna Samples.
Section 765. Failure to Report a Violent Crime Committed Against a Child.
Section 767. Failure to Report a Violent Crime Committed Against an Adult.
Section 770. Hindering Prosecution in the First Degree.
Section 780. Hindering Prosecution in the Second Degree.
Section 790. Compounding.
Section 800. False Information or Report.
Section 805. False Accusation.
Section 807. Terroristic Threatening in the First Degree.
Section 810. Terroristic Threatening in the Second Degree.
Section 815. Tampering With Public Records in the First Degree.
Section 820. Tampering With Public Records in the Second Degree.
Section 825. Unlawful Possession or Use of Traffic Preemption Device.
Section 827. Impersonating a Public Servant in the First Degree.
Section 830. Impersonating a Public Servant in the Second Degree.
Section 835. Failure to Register as a Sex Offender or Child Kidnapper in the First Degree.
Section 840. Failure to Register as a Sex Offender or Child Kidnapper in the Second Degree.
Section 845. Hindering the Legislative Budget and Audit Committee.
Section 850. Official Misconduct.
Section 860. Misuse of Confidential Information.
Section 870. Renumbered as AS 11.56.845
Section 900. Definitions.

Article 01. BRIBERY AND RELATED OFFENSES

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