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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 11. Criminal Law
- Chapter 81. General Provisions
- Section 610. Construction of Statutes With Respect to Culpability.
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AS 11.81.610. Construction of Statutes With Respect to Culpability.
- (a) [Repealed, Sec. 44 ch 102 SLA 1980].
- (b) Except as provided in AS 11.81.600
(b), if a provision of law defining an offense does not prescribe a culpable mental state, the culpable mental state
that must be proved with respect to
- (1) conduct is "knowingly"; and
- (2) a circumstance or a result is "recklessly."
- (c) When a provision of law provides that criminal negligence suffices to establish an element of an offense, that element
is also established if a person acts intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly. If acting recklessly suffices to
establish an element, that element also is established if a person acts intentionally or knowingly. If acting
knowingly suffices to establish an element, that element is also established if a person acts intentionally.
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