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For the purposes of AS 14.20.030 (a)(2),
(1) "moral turpitude" means conduct that is wrong in itself even if no statute were to prohibit the conduct; and
(2) "a crime involving moral turpitude" includes
(F) sexual assault;
(G) sexual abuse of a minor;
(H) unlawful exploitation of a minor;
(O) criminal mischief;
(Q) criminal impersonation;
(T) unsworn falsification;
(U) interference with official proceedings;
(V) witness tampering;
(W) jury tampering;
(X) terroristic threatening;
(Y) possession or distribution of child pornography;
(Z) unlawful distribution or possession for distribution of a controlled substance;
(AA) unlawfully furnishing alcohol to a minor.
(BB) felony possession of a controlled substance.
History: Eff. 4/8/99, Register 150; am 12/25/2005, Register 176
Authority: AS 14.20.030
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