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Coupon prompts Alaska appeals court to toss theft conviction

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - A coupon for stolen merchandise has prompted the Alaska Court of Appeals to throw out a theft conviction.

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Kenai attorney to represent Public Offices Commission

A Kenai attorney has been appointed to serve at the Alaska Public Offices Commission. On Thursday, Gov. Sean Parnell appointed Carol Brenckle to serve at APOC, which administers laws upholding the public's right to know the financial affairs of lobbyists and their employers, and of candidates and public officials at the state and municipal level, according to a press release.

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Former guide fights on against state

He was prosecuted for illegally shooting wolves from the air outside a state-prescribed area in 2004, but that guilty verdict hasn't slowed David Haeg's fight against the Alaska court system.

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Kenai attorney to represent Public Offices Commission

...release. Brenckle is a private practice attorney and has worked as a public defender and as a law clerk with the Alaska Court of Appeals. Brenckle is a member of the Kenai Chamber of Commerce, Kenai Library Commission, Kenai Peninsula Youth Court...

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Kenai judge sets former guide's original sentence aside

A former hunting guide who was prosecuted for illegally shooting wolves from the air outside a state-prescribed area in 2004 failed during two oral arguments to prove the Alaska court system wrongfully convicted him, according to a Kenai judge.

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Nov. 17, 2001 The Anchorage Daily News questions mix of mental illness and conceal carry law

...to get and keep concealed weapons permits. This dangerous aberration in state law was revealed last week in an Alaska Court of Appeals ruling. A judge had tried to revoke Mr. Wagner's concealed carry permit on grounds of mental illness. The...

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Rogers retrial motion denied

Shawn Rogers will remain in jail at least until the time the Alaska Court of Appeals reviews his case. Superior Court Judge Larry Card, who served as judge pro-tem in Rogers? trial, on Monday denied a defense...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives10/08/00

...Results Handicapped student struggles with inaccessible school Tylan Schrock to head Alaska Sealife Center Alaska Court of Appeals overturns sexual assault conviction President vetoes water bill State helps with effort to recruit more...

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