As of Wednesday, attorneys can meet with their clients in person again — as long as they are fully vaccinated, wear masks and talk through a plexiglass barrier.
A statement from an FBI agent said there’s probable cause to support charges Aaron James Mileur, of Wasilla, entered the Capitol with an intent to disrupt Congressional business.
Taylor noted that the Department of Law’s budget request includes 10 new prosecutors and nine new support staff that would focus on sex crimes.
Alaska’s Chief Justice says case counts have continued a moderate decline since February, many more Alaskans have received vaccinations, and judges and court staff have developed procedures designed to reduce the risk of exposure in courtrooms.
At the beginning of the year, the U.S. Attorney’s office for Alaska announced that the Department of Justice would embark on a pilot project to address the missing and murdered Indigenous persons epidemic in the state. The Curyung Tribal Council in Dillingham is one of three Alaska tribes that volunteered to be part of the…
Representatives of four of the crash victims allege that Knopp was negligent in his operation of the aircraft because he was flying without a valid medical certificate.
The terms of the settlement are confidential, but some effects of it may become public.
Several of the alleged assaults occurred at the Anchorage federal building, according to the indictment. Heitstuman faces up to 99 years in prison if convicted.
Survivors, advocates, and community members say the department is headed the right direction but has a long way to go to repair broken trust, especially among Alaska Natives.
The decision stems from a lawsuit the Alaska Legislative Council filed against Dunleavy, saying that he didn’t have the power to keep 94 appointees after a Dec. 15 deadline passed without the Legislature meeting to confirm them.