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(a) Within 15 days following receipt of the preliminary report transmitted to a justice agency or person under 23 AAC 10.220, the justice agency or person may respond to and request modification of the finding or opinion presented in the victims' advocate's preliminary report. The victims' advocate may extend the period in which the response or request to modify a finding or opinion may be made by the agency or person, but an extension may not exceed a second 15-day period.
(b) A justice agency or person that responds to or requests modification of a preliminary report under (a) of this section shall do so in writing.
(c) A request to modify the victims' advocate's preliminary report must be complete and specific regarding the reasons and arguments in support of the request. It may be further supported by documentary or other evidence considered appropriate by the justice agency or person. Only one request to modify a preliminary report will be considered by the victims' advocate, which must be the first request submitted by the justice agency or person. The victims' advocate may accept or reject, in whole or in part, the reasons, arguments and documentary or other evidence submitted by the justice agency or person in support of a request to modify a preliminary report.
History: Eff. 6/27/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 24.65.090
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