Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 10. Limitations of Actions
Section 10. General Time Limitations.
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AS 12.10.010. General Time Limitations.

(a) Prosecution for the following offenses may be commenced at any time:

(1) murder;

(2) attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit murder or hindering the prosecution of murder;

(3) felony sexual abuse of a minor;

(4) sexual assault that is an unclassified, class A, or class B felony or a violation of AS 11.41.425 (a)(2) or (3);

(5) a violation of AS 11.41.425 , 11.41.427, 11.41.450 - 11.41.458, AS 11.66.110 - 11.66.130, or former AS 11.41.430 , when committed against a person who, at the time of the offense, was under 18 years of age;

(6) kidnapping.

(b) Except as otherwise provided by law or in (a) of this section, a person may not be prosecuted, tried, or punished for an offense unless the indictment is found or the information or complaint is instituted not later than

(1) 10 years after the commission of a felony offense in violation of AS 11.41.120 - 11.41.370, 11.41.425(a)(1), or 11.41.450 - 11.41.458; or

(2) five years after the commission of any other offense.

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