Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 25. Arrests and Citations
Section 40. Taking Before Judge or Magistrate Person Arrested By Bystander.
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AS 12.25.040. Taking Before Judge or Magistrate Person Arrested By Bystander.

A peace officer may, without warrant, take before a judge or magistrate a person who, being engaged in a breach of the peace, is arrested by a bystander and delivered to the peace officer.

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