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ARTICLE I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Rule 101. Scope and Applicability.
(a) General Applicability. These rules apply in all proceedings in the courts of the State of Alaska except as otherwise required by the Constitution of the United States or this state or as otherwise provided for by enactment of the Alaska Legislature, by the provisions of this rule, or by other rules promulgated by the Alaska Supreme Court. The word "judge" in these rules includes magistrates and masters.
(b) Rules of Privilege. The rules with respect to privileges apply at all stages of all actions, cases, and proceedings.
(c) Rules Inapplicable. The rules, other than those with respect to privileges, do not apply in the following situations:
(1) Preliminary Questions of Fact. The determination of questions of fact preliminary to admissibility of evidence when the issue is to be determined by the judge under Rule 104(a).
(2) Miscellaneous Proceedings. Proceedings relating to extradition or rendition; sentencing, probation, or parole; issuance of criminal summonses, or of warrants for arrest or search; and summary contempt.
(Added by SCO 364 effective August 1, 1979)
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