Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 45. Trial, Evidence, Compromise
Section 120. Authority to Compromise Misdemeanors For Which Victim Has Civil Action.
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AS 12.45.120. Authority to Compromise Misdemeanors For Which Victim Has Civil Action.

If a defendant is held to answer on a charge of misdemeanor for which the person injured by the act constituting the crime has a remedy by a civil action, the crime may be compromised except when it was committed

(1) by or upon a peace officer, judge, or magistrate while in the execution of the duties of that office;

(2) riotously;

(3) with an intent to commit a felony;

(4) larcenously;

(5) against

(A) a spouse or a former spouse of the defendant;

(B) a parent, grandparent, child, or grandchild of the defendant;

(C) a member of the social unit comprised of those living together in the same dwelling as the defendant; or

(D) a person who is not a spouse or former spouse of the defendant but who previously lived in a spousal relationship with the defendant.

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