The roots of Alaska’s disloyalty clause come from a Hawaiian dockworkers’ strike in the 1940s.
Her heirs are expected to get about a $1 million of the judgment.
Back in June, Migliaccio was accused of harassment by a barista who said he threw a cup of feces at her, according to court documents.
Political campaigns, pollsters and the media tend to focus on the races at the top of the ballot, so it’s hard to nail down why more and more Alaskans are voting to fire judges.
Anthony Michael Migliaccio was arrested in Juneau on Thursday evening under a warrant for first degree murder, according to a police press release.
Despite claims by some Alaskans that fraudulent voting changed the state’s election results two years ago, no evidence of fraud on that scale has been uncovered by investigators.
NPR spoke with 26 people who were involved with more than 200 executions across the country. Most said their health suffered and they had little support to help them cope with their unusual jobs.
Juneau’s rental market is competitive, and some people have taken advantage of the situation to scam people who are desperate for housing.
The Navy SEALs have a video of the shooting, but they have stonewalled the family’s requests to see it.
The number of inmate deaths this year is likely a 20-year high for Alaska, according to U.S. Department of Justice data.