Criminal Procedure

  • Welton v. State, Dep’t of Corrections   In Welton v. State, Dep’t of Corrections, Welton filed three appeals contesting the dismissal of her DOC administrative appeals ...
  • Leggett v. State   In Leggett v. State, Mid-trial, a key witness withdrew by asserting his Fifth Amendment privilege, and a jury ...
  • Barr v. State In Barr v. State, At trial, a juror was allowed to ask the forensic nurse who examined M.B. whether M.B.’s ...
  • Gou-Leonhardt v. State In Gou-Leonhardt v. State, After Gou-Leonhardt completed his time in the court-appointed wellness program, the superior court declined Gou-Leonhardt’s motion ...
  • Maness v. Gordon In Maness v. Gordon, Maness alleged that the defendants had sexually assaulted him as a child in the 1970s and that he had forgotten the incidents ...
  • Mund v. State In Mund v. State, Mund was convicted of first-degree assault ...
  • Charles v. State In Charles v. State, The Alaska Legislature enacted ASORA ...
  • Thomas S. Hannam v. State In Thomas S. Hannam v. State, Hannam was pulled over and the trooper observed that Hannam had watery bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, bad physical coordination, and other ...
  • Anthony v. State In Anthony v. State, In 2010, Anthony pleaded guilty to the charge of felony driving under the influence in exchange for admission into the ...
  • White v. State In White v. State, In the trial ...

Criminal Procedure

  • Welton v. State, Dep’t of Corrections   In Welton v. State, Dep’t of Corrections, Welton filed three appeals contesting the dismissal of her DOC administrative appeals ...
  • Leggett v. State   In Leggett v. State, Mid-trial, a key witness withdrew by asserting his Fifth Amendment privilege, and a jury ...
  • Barr v. State In Barr v. State, At trial, a juror was allowed to ask the forensic nurse who examined M.B. whether M.B.’s ...
  • Gou-Leonhardt v. State In Gou-Leonhardt v. State, After Gou-Leonhardt completed his time in the court-appointed wellness program, the superior court declined Gou-Leonhardt’s motion ...
  • Maness v. Gordon In Maness v. Gordon, Maness alleged that the defendants had sexually assaulted him as a child in the 1970s and that he had forgotten the incidents ...
  • Mund v. State In Mund v. State, Mund was convicted of first-degree assault ...
  • Charles v. State In Charles v. State, The Alaska Legislature enacted ASORA ...
  • Thomas S. Hannam v. State In Thomas S. Hannam v. State, Hannam was pulled over and the trooper observed that Hannam had watery bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, bad physical coordination, and other ...
  • Anthony v. State In Anthony v. State, In 2010, Anthony pleaded guilty to the charge of felony driving under the influence in exchange for admission into the ...
  • White v. State In White v. State, In the trial ...