Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 20. Bars to Actions
Section 30. When Acquittal is a Bar.
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AS 12.20.030. When Acquittal is a Bar.

When the defendant is acquitted on the merits, the defendant is acquitted of the same crime, notwithstanding any defect in form or substance in the charge, information, or complaint on which the trial was had.

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