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> Alaska Statutes Title 12, Chapter 12.72 - Post-Conviction Relief Procedures for Persons Convicted of Criminal Offenses
Alaska Statutes Title 12, Chapter 12.72 - Post-Conviction Relief Procedures for Persons Convicted of Criminal Offenses
Sec. 12.72.010 Scope of Post-Conviction Relief.
A person who has been convicted of, or sentenced for, a crime may institute a proceeding for post-conviction relief if the person claims(1) that...
Sec. 12.72.020 Limitations on Applications for Post-Conviction Relief.
(a) A claim may not be brought under AS 12.72.010 or the Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure if(1) the claim is based on the...
Sec. 12.72.025 Applications Based on Claim of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel.
An application may not be brought under AS 12.72.010 or the Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure if it is based on a claim that...
Sec. 12.72.030 Filing of Application for Post-Conviction Relief.
(a) An application for post-conviction relief shall be filed with the clerk at the court location where the underlying criminal case is filed.(b) A...
Sec. 12.72.040 Burden of Proof in Post-Conviction Relief Proceedings.
A person applying for post-conviction relief must prove all factual assertions by clear and convincing evidence.
Last modified: November 15, 2016