Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 25. Arrests and Citations
Section 200. Form For Citations.
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AS 12.25.200. Form For Citations.

(a) The chief administrative officer of each law enforcement agency or other agency authorized to issue citations in the state is responsible for the issuance of books containing appropriate citations, and shall maintain a record of each book and each citation contained in it and shall require and retain a receipt for every book issued to a peace officer or other person authorized to issue citations.

(b) A citation issued under AS 12.25.180 or other law authorizing the issuance of a citation must be in writing and indicate, if applicable,

(1) the amount of bail or fine and the surcharge applicable to the offense;

(2) the procedure a person must follow in responding to the citation;

(3) that, if the person fails to pay the bail or fine, the person must appear in court;

(4) that failure to pay the bail or fine or appear in court for an offense involving a moving motor vehicle may result in

(A) suspension of the person's driver's license, privilege to drive, or privilege to obtain a license; or

(B) attachment of the person's permanent fund dividend to pay the fine plus court and collection costs under AS 28.05.155 ; and

(5) that the person has a right to

(A) a trial;

(B) engage counsel;

(C) confront and question witnesses;

(D) testify;

(E) subpoena witnesses on the person's behalf.

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