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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
- Chapter 36. Disposition of Recovered or Seized Property
- Section 50. Remission of Forfeited Property.
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. Disposal of Forfeited Deadly Weapons.
AS 12.36.050. Remission of Forfeited Property.
- (a) A claimant seeking remission of the claimant's interest in a weapon ordered forfeited under AS 12.55.015
(a)(9) shall prove to the court by a preponderance of evidence that the claimant
- (1) has a valid interest in the weapon, acquired in good faith;
- (2) did not knowingly participate in the commission of the crime in which the weapon was used; and
- (3) did not know or have reasonable cause to believe that the weapon was used or would be used to commit a crime.
- (b) Upon a showing that a claimant is entitled to relief under (a) of this section, the court may order that the weapon be
released to the claimant.
- (c) A claim may not be filed under this section more than 120 days after the entry of the last final judgment in the case
in which the weapon was ordered forfeited.
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