Alaska Statutes.
Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 20. Compensation, Allowances, and Leave
Section 270. Court Leave.
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AS 39.20.270. Court Leave.

Notwithstanding AS 39.20.310 (7), court leave shall be granted to an employee who is classified as full time, whether permanent, nonpermanent, or temporary. An officer or employee called to serve as a juror or subpoenaed as a witness is entitled to administrative leave with pay, but compensation received by the employee or to which the employee is entitled, whichever is greater, for service as a juror or witness shall be deducted from pay to which the employee is entitled as a state officer or employee.

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