Criminal Procedure

  • 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 ...
  • Allen v. State In Allen v. State, the court of appeals held that a mistrial was manifestly necessary where a proper jury verdict would be impossible because jurors had implicitly accused each other of lying during the court’s inquiry into possible juror misconduct. and the arresting officer, Officer ...
  • 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 ...

Criminal Procedure

  • 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 ...
  • Allen v. State In Allen v. State, the court of appeals held that a mistrial was manifestly necessary where a proper jury verdict would be impossible because jurors had implicitly accused each other of lying during the court’s inquiry into possible juror misconduct. and the arresting officer, Officer ...
  • 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 ...