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Except as provided in AS 24.65.150 (c), within a reasonable amount of time after the victims' advocate reports the advocate's opinion and recommendations to a justice agency, the victims' advocate may present the opinion and recommendations to the governor, the legislature, a grand jury, the public, or any of these. The victims' advocate shall include with the opinion any reply made by the agency.
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