Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 60. Prevention of Crimes
Section 120. Security Where Crime Committed or Threatened Before Court, Judge or Magistrate.
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AS 12.60.120. Security Where Crime Committed or Threatened Before Court, Judge or Magistrate.

A person who, in the presence of a court, judge, or magistrate, assaults or threatens to assault another, or to commit an offense against another's property, or who contends with another with angry words to the disturbance of the peace may be ordered by the court, judge, or magistrate without warrant or other proof to give security as provided in this chapter and, if the person omits to do so, may be committed.

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