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> Alaska Statutes Title 24, Chapter 24.40 - Judicial Proceedings Involving Legislators
Alaska Statutes Title 24, Chapter 24.40 - Judicial Proceedings Involving Legislators
Sec. 24.40.010 Immunities.
A legislator may not be held to answer before any other tribunal for any statement made in the exercise of legislative duties while the...
Sec. 24.40.020 Continuance in a Criminal Proceeding Where Defendant, Defense Attorney, or Witness is a Member of the Legislature.
Upon a showing that the attorney of record at the time of the defendant's first appearance in the court of record or a principal...
Sec. 24.40.030 [Repealed, Sec. 39 Ch 53 Sla 1973].
Repealed or Renumbered
Sec. 24.40.031 Postponement of Civil Proceedings When a Party or Attorney is a Member of the Legislature.
When it appears that a party or an attorney of record of a party to a civil action is a member of the legislature...
Last modified: November 15, 2016