Criminal Law

  • State v. Alexander   In State v. Alexander, Before the trial began, Alexander’s attorney arranged for him to take a ...
  • Beasley v. State   In Beasley v. State, Weighing several mitigating factors, Beasley’s presentence report recommended the statutory minimum sentence of ...
  • George v. State   In George v. State, At issue is Count Ten, ...
  • Olson v. State   In Olson v. State, In October 2012, an Alaskan state trooper intercepted Olson at an airport based off of a tip that said she was planning to import drugs ...
  • Sickel v. State   In Sickel v. State, Robin Lee Sickel and Jeff Waldroupe owned three horses and kept them on land owned by ...
  • Adams v. State In Adams v. State, the court of appeals held jury instructions adequately convey the requirement of proximate causation even if they state that a controlled substance need not be the sole cause of a driver’s impaired performance. After multiple individuals called 911 to report Adams’ erratic driving, the defendant was pulled over and arrested. ...
  • McGowen v. State In McGowen v. State, In March 2006, Alaska State Troopers charged ...
  • State v. Howard In State v. Howard, After the third revocation, the ...
  • Shayen v. State In Shayen v. State, The statute does not contain a ...
  • Noble v. State In Noble v. State, ...

Criminal Law

  • State v. Alexander   In State v. Alexander, Before the trial began, Alexander’s attorney arranged for him to take a ...
  • Beasley v. State   In Beasley v. State, Weighing several mitigating factors, Beasley’s presentence report recommended the statutory minimum sentence of ...
  • George v. State   In George v. State, At issue is Count Ten, ...
  • Olson v. State   In Olson v. State, In October 2012, an Alaskan state trooper intercepted Olson at an airport based off of a tip that said she was planning to import drugs ...
  • Sickel v. State   In Sickel v. State, Robin Lee Sickel and Jeff Waldroupe owned three horses and kept them on land owned by ...
  • Adams v. State In Adams v. State, the court of appeals held jury instructions adequately convey the requirement of proximate causation even if they state that a controlled substance need not be the sole cause of a driver’s impaired performance. After multiple individuals called 911 to report Adams’ erratic driving, the defendant was pulled over and arrested. ...
  • McGowen v. State In McGowen v. State, In March 2006, Alaska State Troopers charged ...
  • State v. Howard In State v. Howard, After the third revocation, the ...
  • Shayen v. State In Shayen v. State, The statute does not contain a ...
  • Noble v. State In Noble v. State, ...