Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 65. Office of Victims' Rights
Section 40. Term of Office.
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AS 24.65.040. Term of Office.

(a) The term of office of the victims' advocate is five years. A victims' advocate may be reappointed but may not serve for more than three terms.

(b) If the term of a victims' advocate expires without the appointment of a successor under this chapter, the incumbent victims' advocate may continue in office until a successor is appointed. If the victims' advocate dies, resigns, becomes ineligible to serve, or is removed or suspended from office, the person appointed as acting victims' advocate under AS 24.65.070 (a) serves until a new victims' advocate is appointed for a full term.

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