Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 25. Arrests and Citations
Section 35. Arrest Without Warrant By State Trooper When Judicial Officer is Unavailable.
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AS 12.25.035. Arrest Without Warrant By State Trooper When Judicial Officer is Unavailable.

A state trooper may arrest a person without a warrant for a misdemeanor or for the violation of an ordinance when

(1) the officer has reasonable grounds to believe that the person to be arrested has committed a misdemeanor or has violated an ordinance;

(2) personal or property damage is likely to be done unless the person is immediately arrested; and

(3) there is no known judicial officer empowered to issue a warrant within a radius of 25 miles of the person to be apprehended.

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