Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 55. Sentencing and Probation
Section 110. Notice and Grounds For Revocation of Suspension.
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AS 12.55.110. Notice and Grounds For Revocation of Suspension.

(a) When sentence has been suspended, it may not be revoked except for good cause shown. In all proceedings for the revocation of a suspended sentence, the defendant is entitled to reasonable notice and the right to be represented by counsel.
(b) Good cause justifying the revocation of a suspended sentence is established if the defendant has violated an order of the court to participate in or comply with the treatment plan of a rehabilitation program under AS 12.55.015 (a)(10).
(c) [Repealed, 138 ch 4 FSSLA 2019.]
(d) [Repealed, 138 ch 4 FSSLA 2019.]
(e) [Repealed, 138 ch 4 FSSLA 2019.]
(f) [Repealed, 138 ch 4 FSSLA 2019.]
(g) [Repealed, 138 ch 4 FSSLA 2019.]
(h) [Repealed, 138 ch 4 FSSLA 2019.]

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