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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
- Chapter 25. Arrests and Citations
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Chapter 25. Arrests and Citations
- Section 10. Persons Authorized to Arrest.
- Section 20. Judge or Magistrate May Order Arrest.
- Section 30. Grounds For Arrest By Private Person or Peace Officer Without Warrant.
- Section 33. Arrest Without Warrant For Operating Vehicle While Under the Influence of An Alcoholic Beverage, Inhalant, or Controlled Substance.
- Section 35. Arrest Without Warrant By State Trooper When Judicial Officer is Unavailable.
- Section 40. Taking Before Judge or Magistrate Person Arrested By Bystander.
- Section 50. Method of Making Arrest.
- Section 60. Method of Arrest By Officer Without Warrant.
- Section 70. Limitation On Restraint in Arrest.
- Section 80. Means to Effect Resisted Arrest. [Repealed, Sec. 21 Ch 59 SLA 1982. For Present Provisions, See AS 11.81.370
- Section 90. Peace Officer's Authority to Summon Aid to Make Arrest.
- Section 100. Breaking Into Building or Vessel to Effect Arrest.
- Section 110. Breaking Open Building or Vessel to Liberate.
- Section 120. Retaking Escaped Prisoner.
- Section 130. Means Usable to Retake Prisoner. [Repealed, Sec. 21 Ch 166 SLA 1978. For Present Provisions, See AS 11.81.370
- Section 140. Property Taken From Defendant On Arrest.
- Section 150. Rights of Prisoner After Arrest.
- Section 160. Arrest Defined.
- Section 180. When Peace Officer May Issue Citation or Take Person Before the Court.
- Section 190. When Person to Be Given Five-Day Notice to Appear in Court. [See Delayed Amendment Note.]
- Section 195. Disposition of Scheduled Offenses.
- Section 200. Form For Citations.
- Section 210. Disposition and Records of Citations.
- Section 220. When Copy of Citation Considered a Lawful Complaint.
- Section 230. Failure to Obey Citation.
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