Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 60. Prevention of Crimes
Section 150. Rights and Authorities of Sureties.
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AS 12.60.150. Rights and Authorities of Sureties.

The sureties in an undertaking to keep the peace are entitled to the rights and authority of bail under AS 12.30 and the Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure, and may be exonerated from their undertaking in the manner prescribed by law.

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