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Legal Information: Alaska

Statutes: Alaska

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Updated: 
December 18, 2019

Sec. 45.48.600. Factual declaration of innocence after identity theft

(a) A victim of identity theft may petition the superior court for a determination that the victim is factually innocent of a crime if

(1) the perpetrator of the identity theft was arrested for, cited for, or convicted of the crime using the victim’s identity;

(2) a criminal complaint was filed against the perpetrator of the identity theft; and

(3) the victim’s identity was mistakenly associated with a record of a conviction for a crime.

(b) In addition to a petition by a victim under (a) of this section, the department may petition the superior court for a determination under (a) of this section, or the superior court may, on its own motion, make a determination under (a) of this section.