Criminal Procedure

  • Anderson v. State   In Anderson v. State, the court of appeals held that a lower court has committed harmless error when it fails to instruct the jury that they cannot convict a defendant unless they unanimously agree on the particular conduct underlying that count if the State can show beyond a reasonable doubt that if the jury ...
  • Crawford v. State In Crawford v. State, After waiving his right to an attorney in lieu of representing himself at trial, Keane-Alexander Crawford was convicted of second-degree murder for shooting ...
  • Daniels v. State   In Daniels v. State, Early on New Year’s Day 2012, Daniels, driving drunk, hit two pedestrians in a residential area of Anchorage, causing severe injuries, and attempted to ...
  • Floyd v. State In Floyd v. State, Floyd filed a lawsuit claiming that Alaska’s mandatory parole statute conflicted with its good ...
  • Geisinger v. State   In Geisinger v. State, Geisinger was convicted and sentenced for a number of crimes ...
  • Johnson v. State   In Johnson v. State, Johnson entered into a plea agreement in 2009 in which he plead guilty to sexual assault in the third ...
  • Rae v. State   In Rae v. State, Rae was indicted by a grand jury based on evidence that he stole a truck and used it to crash into the side of ...
  • Stiffarm v. State   In Stiffarm v. State, Anthony Stiffarm, an inmate at the Wildwood Correctional Center in Kenai, was ...
  • Tickett v. State   In Tickett v. State, After hitting two people and a team of sled dogs ...
  • Wassilie v. State In Wassilie v. State, The attorney of Wassilie, an ...

Criminal Procedure

  • Anderson v. State   In Anderson v. State, the court of appeals held that a lower court has committed harmless error when it fails to instruct the jury that they cannot convict a defendant unless they unanimously agree on the particular conduct underlying that count if the State can show beyond a reasonable doubt that if the jury ...
  • Crawford v. State In Crawford v. State, After waiving his right to an attorney in lieu of representing himself at trial, Keane-Alexander Crawford was convicted of second-degree murder for shooting ...
  • Daniels v. State   In Daniels v. State, Early on New Year’s Day 2012, Daniels, driving drunk, hit two pedestrians in a residential area of Anchorage, causing severe injuries, and attempted to ...
  • Floyd v. State In Floyd v. State, Floyd filed a lawsuit claiming that Alaska’s mandatory parole statute conflicted with its good ...
  • Geisinger v. State   In Geisinger v. State, Geisinger was convicted and sentenced for a number of crimes ...
  • Johnson v. State   In Johnson v. State, Johnson entered into a plea agreement in 2009 in which he plead guilty to sexual assault in the third ...
  • Rae v. State   In Rae v. State, Rae was indicted by a grand jury based on evidence that he stole a truck and used it to crash into the side of ...
  • Stiffarm v. State   In Stiffarm v. State, Anthony Stiffarm, an inmate at the Wildwood Correctional Center in Kenai, was ...
  • Tickett v. State   In Tickett v. State, After hitting two people and a team of sled dogs ...
  • Wassilie v. State In Wassilie v. State, The attorney of Wassilie, an ...