Criminal Law

  • Patterson v. State In Patterson v. State, Patterson, because of multiple convictions, was required to register as a sex offender continuously for life and ...
  • Johnson v. State In Johnson v. State, Johnson, who was convicted of two counts of first-degree sexual assault, kidnapping, and third degree assault, argued that his two sexual assault convictions should be merged into ...
  • Roth v. State of Alaska In Roth v. State of Alaska, Robert Roth Jr. was tried and convicted of two counts of first-degree child endangerment for leaving ...
  • Simants v. Alaska In Simants v. Alaska, Simants, a thirty-three year old woman, agreed to oversee ...
  • Williams v. State In Williams v. State, While being transported from one CRC to another, ...
  • Welsh v. State In Welsh v. State, The pills she stole ...
  • Stepovich v. State In Stepovich v. State, Both men were looking down into their hands ...
  • State v. Silvera In State v. Silvera, After reviewing Silvera’s case, a three-judge sentencing panel considered the non-statutory mitigating factor of deportation’s “harsh ...
  • State v. Korkow In State v. Korkow, The sentencing judge, after considering the severity of the case and Korkow’s ...
  • Rofkar v. State In Rofkar v. State, In the lower court, Rofkar was convicted of three counts relating to the possession and manufacturing ...

Criminal Law

  • Patterson v. State In Patterson v. State, Patterson, because of multiple convictions, was required to register as a sex offender continuously for life and ...
  • Johnson v. State In Johnson v. State, Johnson, who was convicted of two counts of first-degree sexual assault, kidnapping, and third degree assault, argued that his two sexual assault convictions should be merged into ...
  • Roth v. State of Alaska In Roth v. State of Alaska, Robert Roth Jr. was tried and convicted of two counts of first-degree child endangerment for leaving ...
  • Simants v. Alaska In Simants v. Alaska, Simants, a thirty-three year old woman, agreed to oversee ...
  • Williams v. State In Williams v. State, While being transported from one CRC to another, ...
  • Welsh v. State In Welsh v. State, The pills she stole ...
  • Stepovich v. State In Stepovich v. State, Both men were looking down into their hands ...
  • State v. Silvera In State v. Silvera, After reviewing Silvera’s case, a three-judge sentencing panel considered the non-statutory mitigating factor of deportation’s “harsh ...
  • State v. Korkow In State v. Korkow, The sentencing judge, after considering the severity of the case and Korkow’s ...
  • Rofkar v. State In Rofkar v. State, In the lower court, Rofkar was convicted of three counts relating to the possession and manufacturing ...