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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 17. Food and Drugs
- Chapter 30. Controlled Substances
- Section 110. Items Subject to Forfeiture.
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AS 17.30.110. Items Subject to Forfeiture.
The following may be forfeited to the state:
- (1) a controlled substance which has been manufactured, distributed, dispensed, acquired, or possessed in violation of
this chapter or AS 11.71;
- (2) raw materials, products, and equipment which are used or intended for use in manufacturing, distributing, compounding,
processing, delivering, importing, or exporting a controlled substance which is a felony under this chapter or AS 11.71;
- (3) property which is used or intended for use as a container for property described in (1) or (2) of this section;
- (4) a conveyance, including but not limited to aircraft, vehicles, or vessels, which has been used or is intended for use
in transporting or in any manner in facilitating the transportation, sale, receipt, possession, or concealment of
property described in (1) or (2) of this section in violation of a felony offense under this chapter or AS 11.71; however,
- (A) a conveyance may not be forfeited under this paragraph if the owner of the conveyance establishes, by a preponderance
of the evidence, at a hearing before the court as the trier of fact, that use of the conveyance in violation of this
chapter or AS 11.71 was committed by another person and that the
owner was neither a consenting party nor privy to the violation;
- (B) a forfeiture of a conveyance encumbered by a valid security interest at the time of seizure is subject to the interest
of the secured party if the secured party establishes, by a preponderance of the evidence, at a hearing before the
court as the trier of fact, that use of the conveyance in violation of this chapter or AS 11.71 was committed by another person and that the secured party was
neither a consenting party nor privy to the violation;
- (5) books, records, and research products and materials, including formulas, microfilm, tapes, and data, which are used in
violation of this chapter or AS 11.71;
- (6) money, securities, negotiable instruments, or other things of value used in financial transactions derived from
activity prohibited by this chapter or AS 11.71; and
- (7) a firearm which is visible, carried during, or used in furtherance of a violation of this chapter or AS 11.71.
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