Criminal Law

  • Young v. State In Young v. State, test for evaluating eyewitness identifications failed to account for due process reliability concerns and thus devised a new test requiring evidence of a system variable of suggestiveness to justify a hearing, followed by a totality of circumstances analysis of system and ...
  • Thompson v. Alaska In Dana Ray Thompson v. State of Alaska, The ...
  • David v. State In David v. State, He then filed a pro se petition ...
  • Hicks v. State In Hicks v. State, the court of appeals held that a trial court maintains the authority to impose no-contact orders on pretrial detainees, even though this power is not a statutorily enumerated judicial power. Nathaniel Hicks was arraigned on a misdemeanor charge for assaulting his then-girlfriend, after which the magistrate judge set out Hick’s ...
  • Pitka v. Alaska In Pitka v. Alaska, In January 2011, police officers in Fairbanks stopped a vehicle driven by Pitka after observing a suspected ...
  • State v. Fyfe In State v. Fyfe, Fyfe was convicted of felony driving ...
  • Taha v. State In Taha v. State, Section 09.28.026 authorizes police officers to impound the motor vehicle of a person ...
  • Crane v. State In Crane v. State, Officer Hershberger claimed Crane apologized for driving while impaired, though there ...
  • Jordan v. State In Jordan v. State, During a search, the police found that the two ...
  • Bergman v. State In Bergman v. State, Bergman was convicted of third-degree criminal mischief for bulldozing three miles of a wilderness trail, widening it into ...

Criminal Law

  • Young v. State In Young v. State, test for evaluating eyewitness identifications failed to account for due process reliability concerns and thus devised a new test requiring evidence of a system variable of suggestiveness to justify a hearing, followed by a totality of circumstances analysis of system and ...
  • Thompson v. Alaska In Dana Ray Thompson v. State of Alaska, The ...
  • David v. State In David v. State, He then filed a pro se petition ...
  • Hicks v. State In Hicks v. State, the court of appeals held that a trial court maintains the authority to impose no-contact orders on pretrial detainees, even though this power is not a statutorily enumerated judicial power. Nathaniel Hicks was arraigned on a misdemeanor charge for assaulting his then-girlfriend, after which the magistrate judge set out Hick’s ...
  • Pitka v. Alaska In Pitka v. Alaska, In January 2011, police officers in Fairbanks stopped a vehicle driven by Pitka after observing a suspected ...
  • State v. Fyfe In State v. Fyfe, Fyfe was convicted of felony driving ...
  • Taha v. State In Taha v. State, Section 09.28.026 authorizes police officers to impound the motor vehicle of a person ...
  • Crane v. State In Crane v. State, Officer Hershberger claimed Crane apologized for driving while impaired, though there ...
  • Jordan v. State In Jordan v. State, During a search, the police found that the two ...
  • Bergman v. State In Bergman v. State, Bergman was convicted of third-degree criminal mischief for bulldozing three miles of a wilderness trail, widening it into ...