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State of Alaska. 2013 ‘Code of Criminal Procedure - Fines.’ Alaska Statutes 2012; Title 12, Chapter 12.55 (Section 12.55.035). Juneau, AK: Alaska State Legislature. 3 December

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Sec. 12.55.035. Fines.

(a) Upon conviction of an offense, a defendant may be sentenced to pay a fine as authorized in this section or as otherwise authorized by law.

(b) Upon conviction of an offense, a defendant who is not an organization may be sentenced to pay, unless otherwise specified in the provision of law defining the offense, a fine of not more than…

(2) $250,000 for a class A felony;

(3) $100,000 for a class B felony;

(4) $50,000 for a class C felony;

(5) $10,000 for a class A misdemeanor;

(6) $2,000 for a class B misdemeanor;

(7) $500 for a violation.

(c) Upon conviction of an offense, a defendant that is an organization may be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding the greatest of

(1) an amount that is

(A) $2,500,000 for a felony offense or for a misdemeanor offense that results in death;

(B) $500,000 for a class A misdemeanor offense that does not result in death;

ID: Q8331

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