Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 13. State Election Campaigns
Section 385. Legal Counsel.
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AS 15.13.385. Legal Counsel.

(a) The attorney general is legal counsel for the commission. The attorney general shall advise the commission in legal matters arising in the discharge of its duties and represent the commission in actions to which it is a party. If, in the opinion of the commission, the public interest warrants, the commission may request the chief justice of the supreme court to appoint a special prosecutor to represent the commission in a proceeding involving an alleged violation of this chapter and to prosecute that violation.

(b) When the public interest warrants, the commission may employ temporary legal counsel from time to time in matters in which the commission is involved.

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