Criminal Procedure

  • City of Juneau v. State   In City of Juneau v. State, the supreme court held that the local Boundary Commission was not required to conduct a “head-to-head” analysis as between a dissolving city and a neighboring borough to determine whether the city had superior common interests to the contested area, in order to satisfy its constitutional obligations to make ...
  • Richardson v. Municipality of Anchorage   In Richardson v. Municipality of Anchorage, Richardson filed a complaint alleging obstruction of justice, trespass, unlawful arrest and false imprisonment from events that transpired when he was arrested for a shoplifting incident ...
  • In the Matter of the Necessity for the Hospitalization of REID K. In In the Matter of the Necessity for the Hospitalization of REID K., the supreme court held that when reviewing whether evidence should be disallowed, the public interest exception to the mootness doctrine does not apply if the appellant cannot point to any statutory language indicating that the legislature sought to disallow this type ...
  • Mantor v. State In Mantor v. State, In 1990, Mantor was convicted of first-degree sexual assault and first-degree assault, sentenced to imprisonment and probation to expire five years after his ...
  • Jennifer L. v. State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services In Jennifer L. v. State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, The State Office of Children’s Services took three minor children into emergency custody, and then sought a court ...
  • In re Dakota K.   In In re Dakota K., the supreme court held that the respondent in involuntary commitment cases has the burden when challenging the sufficiency of the evidence after the commitment period has passed to prove that the commitment was the respondent’s first commitment. After violating a restraining order, the respondent was admitted to a psychiatric ...
  • Saepharn v. State In Saepharn v. State, the court of appeals held that an officer’s pat-down search did not exceed lawful limits when there was probable cause to believe the target was in possession of a controlled substance. The defendant was charged with fourth-degree controlled substance misconduct after police searched him for weapons and instead felt and ...
  • Rogers v. State   In Rogers v. State, In April 2007, two police officers detained Kyle Rogers for driving without a ...
  • Augustine v. State   In Augustine v. State, Augustine appealed his ...
  • Lampley v. State   In Lampley v. State, Lampley filed a petition ...

Criminal Procedure

  • City of Juneau v. State   In City of Juneau v. State, the supreme court held that the local Boundary Commission was not required to conduct a “head-to-head” analysis as between a dissolving city and a neighboring borough to determine whether the city had superior common interests to the contested area, in order to satisfy its constitutional obligations to make ...
  • Richardson v. Municipality of Anchorage   In Richardson v. Municipality of Anchorage, Richardson filed a complaint alleging obstruction of justice, trespass, unlawful arrest and false imprisonment from events that transpired when he was arrested for a shoplifting incident ...
  • In the Matter of the Necessity for the Hospitalization of REID K. In In the Matter of the Necessity for the Hospitalization of REID K., the supreme court held that when reviewing whether evidence should be disallowed, the public interest exception to the mootness doctrine does not apply if the appellant cannot point to any statutory language indicating that the legislature sought to disallow this type ...
  • Mantor v. State In Mantor v. State, In 1990, Mantor was convicted of first-degree sexual assault and first-degree assault, sentenced to imprisonment and probation to expire five years after his ...
  • Jennifer L. v. State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services In Jennifer L. v. State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, The State Office of Children’s Services took three minor children into emergency custody, and then sought a court ...
  • In re Dakota K.   In In re Dakota K., the supreme court held that the respondent in involuntary commitment cases has the burden when challenging the sufficiency of the evidence after the commitment period has passed to prove that the commitment was the respondent’s first commitment. After violating a restraining order, the respondent was admitted to a psychiatric ...
  • Saepharn v. State In Saepharn v. State, the court of appeals held that an officer’s pat-down search did not exceed lawful limits when there was probable cause to believe the target was in possession of a controlled substance. The defendant was charged with fourth-degree controlled substance misconduct after police searched him for weapons and instead felt and ...
  • Rogers v. State   In Rogers v. State, In April 2007, two police officers detained Kyle Rogers for driving without a ...
  • Augustine v. State   In Augustine v. State, Augustine appealed his ...
  • Lampley v. State   In Lampley v. State, Lampley filed a petition ...