Alaska State Charges Blog
The time after an accident can be overwhelming. In additional to experiencing painful physical and emotional recoveries, victims also must often pursue a personal injury case to ensure they can receive proper medical care and continue to pay their bills. Here, dedicated injury attorney Ben Crittenden shares information helpful to victims and their families and offers the insight they need to begin to this important process.
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Alaska Senate Considering New Punishments for Underage Drinking Legislation is being considered that would impose a ticket for underage drinking in Alaska, and the offense would no longer be considered a misdemeanor.
Much-Needed Crime Bill Passed by Alaska Senate The Alaska Senate has passed a bill that aims to provide alternatives to incarceration and establishes programs for newly released inmates. Learn more here.
Federal Judge Rejects State Judge’s Misdemeanor Plea of Drug Possession, Opting for a Harsher Penalty A case involving a Missouri judge charged with drug possession highlights the plea bargain and sentencing processes in federal court.
Ben Crittenden Helps Client Get Misdemeanor Assault Charges Dismissed A criminal assault charge for our client was ultimately dismissed after an initial offer from the prosecutor included jail time for the misdemeanor.