Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 61. Offenses Against Public Order
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Chapter 61. Offenses Against Public Order

Section 100. Riot.
Section 110. Disorderly Conduct.
Section 116. Sending an Explicit Image of a Minor.
Section 118. Harassment in the First Degree.
Section 120. Harassment in the Second Degree.
Section 123. Indecent Viewing or Production of a Picture.
Section 124. Solicitation or Production of an Indecent Picture of a Minor.
Section 125. Distribution of Child Pornography.
Section 127. Possession of Child Pornography.
Section 128. Distribution of Indecent Material to Minors.
Section 129. Forfeiture of Property Used in Indecent Viewing or Production of a Picture or Child Pornography.
Section 130. Misconduct Involving a Corpse.
Section 140. Cruelty to Animals.
Section 145. Promoting An Exhibition of Fighting Animals.
Section 150. Obstruction of Highways.
Section 160. Recruiting a Gang Member in the First Degree.
Section 165. Recruiting a Gang Member in the Second Degree.
Section 190. Misconduct Involving Weapons in the First Degree.
Section 195. Misconduct Involving Weapons in the Second Degree.
Section 200. Misconduct Involving Weapons in the Third Degree.
Section 210. Misconduct Involving Weapons in the Fourth Degree.
Section 215. Intoxication as Applicable to Possession of a Firearm. [Repealed, 11 Ch 59 SLA 1991].
Section 220. Misconduct Involving Weapons in the Fifth Degree.
Section 230. [Renumbered as AS 11.46.315]
Section 240. Criminal Possession of Explosives.
Section 250. Unlawful Furnishing of Explosives.

Article 01. OFFENSES RELATED TO RIOT, DISORDERLY CONDUCT, PORNOGRAPHY, INDECENCY, GANGS, CORPSES, or ANIMALS

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