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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 5. Fish and Game Code
- Section 410. Revocation of License.
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AS 16.05.410. Revocation of License.
- (a) Upon conviction of a person of a first violation of AS 16.05.330
- 16.05.430 or of a federal or state law or
regulation for the protection of the sport fish and game of the state, the court may, in addition to the penalty
imposed by law, revoke the person's license.
- (b) Upon subsequent conviction of a person for a violation of AS 16.05.330 - 16.05.430 or of a federal or state law or regulation for
the protection of the sport fish and game of the state, the court shall revoke the person's license.
- (c) A person whose license has been revoked as provided in (b) of this section may not purchase another license of the
same type for a period of not less than two years nor more than three years from the date of revocation as determined
by the court.
- (d) [Repealed, Sec. 2 ch 32 SLA 1968].
- (e) [Repealed, Sec. 2 ch 32 SLA 1968].
- (f) Except as provided in (g) of this section, the provisions of (a) - (c) of this section do not apply when the offense
for which the person is convicted is a misdemeanor for which a forfeitable bail amount has been set under AS 16.05.165
- (g) When a person has been convicted during a two year period of two or more misdemeanor offenses for which a forfeitable
bail amount has been set under AS 16.05.165
, a peace officer may file a civil action in the district court to revoke the person's license. Once an action has
been filed, the court shall set a time and date for a hearing on the proposed license revocation, and shall send notice
of the hearing to the person. The hearing shall be before the court without a jury. At the hearing the court shall
hear evidence regarding the nature and seriousness of the offenses for which the person was convicted, the time period
involved, the potential effect of the person's actions upon the preservation of the resource, and other relevant
circumstances. If the court finds by a preponderance of the evidence that the person's actions demonstrate a disregard
for the preservation of the state's fish or wildlife resources, the court may revoke the person's license for a period
of not less than one year nor more than three years from the date of revocation.
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