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Extraordinary expenses for appointed attorneys will be reimbursed only if prior authority has been obtained from the public advocate. In this section, "extraordinary expenses" are limited to expenses for:
(2) expert witnesses; and
(3) necessary travel and per diem by the defendant, appointed counsel, and witnesses, which may not exceed the rate authorized for state employees.
History: Eff. 7/31/86, Register 99
Authority: AS 44.21.410
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