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Legal Information: Alaska

Statutes: Alaska

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Updated: 
December 18, 2019

Sec. 11.56.740. Violating a protective order

(a) A person commits the crime of violating a protective order if the person is subject to a protective order

(1) issued, filed, or recognized under AS 18.66 and containing a provision listed in AS 18.66.100(c)(1)–(7) and knowingly commits or attempts to commit an act with reckless disregard that the act violates or would violate a provision of the protective order;

(2) issued or recognized under AS 18.65.850, 18.65.855, 18.65.860, or 18.65.867and knowingly commits or attempts to commit an act that violates or would violate a provision listed in AS 18.65.850(c)(1)–(3); or

(3) issued under AS 13.26.450–13.26.460 and knowingly commits or attempts to commit an act with reckless disregard that the act violates or would violate a provision of the protective order.

(b) Violation of this section is a class A misdemeanor.

(c) In this section, “protective order” means an order issued, filed, or recognized under AS 13.26.450–13.26.460, AS 18.65.850–18.65.870, or AS 18.66.100–18.66.180.