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> Alaska Statutes Title 24, Chapter 24.25 - Witnesses; Subpoena; Contempt
Alaska Statutes Title 24, Chapter 24.25 - Witnesses; Subpoena; Contempt
Sec. 24.25.010 Issuance and Form of Subpoena.
(a) A subpoena requiring the attendance of a witness before either house of the legislature may be issued by the president or the speaker.(b)...
Sec. 24.25.020 Service of Subpoena.
A person over the age of 19 years who is competent as a witness in the state courts may serve the subpoena. The person's...
Sec. 24.25.030 Disobeying Subpoena or Refusing to Testify.
If a witness neglects or refuses to obey a subpoena, or neglects or refuses to testify or to produce upon reasonable notice any material...
Sec. 24.25.040 Arrest for Disobedience to Subpoena.
A witness who neglects or refuses to attend in obedience to subpoena may be arrested by the sergeant-at-arms and brought before the senate or...
Sec. 24.25.050 Witness Fees and Mileage.
A person appearing before either house, or both, or a legislative committee in response to a subpoena is entitled to $20 for each day's...
Sec. 24.25.060 Oath and Penalty for Violation of Oath.
The president of the senate and speaker of the house of representatives and the chairman of every committee of either body may administer an...
Sec. 24.25.070 Grant of Immunity on Claim of Privilege of Self-Incrimination.
(a) A person called as a witness before the senate, house of representatives, or a committee of either or both, who refuses to answer...
Sec. 24.25.080 Punishment for Disobedience to Subpoena or Refusal to Testify.
A person subpoenaed as provided in this chapter who fails, neglects, or refuses to attend at the time and place where the person's presence...
Last modified: November 15, 2016