Criminal Procedure

  • Trout v. State In Trout v. State, In 2009, the three sons of Lisa Trout moved in with their father, Dunovan Trout ...
  • Hinson v. State In Hinson v. State, While issuing a citation during a traffic stop, Alaska State Trooper Joel Miner asked Hinson ...
  • Isadore v. State In Isadore v. State, However, this request was mischaracterized because bail orders are interlocutory orders, rather ...
  • Bourdon v. State In Bourdon v. State, the court of appeals held that the superior court has proper jurisdiction over criminal cases regarding Native American sovereign citizens. He then filed ...
  • Wassillie v. State In Wassillie v. State, When the police located him, he ...
  • O’Dell v. State In O’Dell v. State, ALASKA R. CRIM. P. 53 grants broad authority ...
  • State v. Spencer In State v. Spencer, Although ...
  • Alexiadis v. State In Alexiadis v. State, the court of appeals held that an interlocutory petition for review is part of the process of litigating and that defendants cannot be charged attorney’s fees as if a separate appeals proceeding had begun. ...
  • Smith v. State In Smith v. State, the court of appeals held that a sentencing judge could not rely on unproven, speculative allegations when rendering a sentence for a committed crime. He ...
  • Bowlin v. State In Bowlin v. State, Bowlin was convicted of a class B felony, appealed ...

Criminal Procedure

  • Trout v. State In Trout v. State, In 2009, the three sons of Lisa Trout moved in with their father, Dunovan Trout ...
  • Hinson v. State In Hinson v. State, While issuing a citation during a traffic stop, Alaska State Trooper Joel Miner asked Hinson ...
  • Isadore v. State In Isadore v. State, However, this request was mischaracterized because bail orders are interlocutory orders, rather ...
  • Bourdon v. State In Bourdon v. State, the court of appeals held that the superior court has proper jurisdiction over criminal cases regarding Native American sovereign citizens. He then filed ...
  • Wassillie v. State In Wassillie v. State, When the police located him, he ...
  • O’Dell v. State In O’Dell v. State, ALASKA R. CRIM. P. 53 grants broad authority ...
  • State v. Spencer In State v. Spencer, Although ...
  • Alexiadis v. State In Alexiadis v. State, the court of appeals held that an interlocutory petition for review is part of the process of litigating and that defendants cannot be charged attorney’s fees as if a separate appeals proceeding had begun. ...
  • Smith v. State In Smith v. State, the court of appeals held that a sentencing judge could not rely on unproven, speculative allegations when rendering a sentence for a committed crime. He ...
  • Bowlin v. State In Bowlin v. State, Bowlin was convicted of a class B felony, appealed ...