The circumstances surrounding the death of a person may seem to be the fault of another. However, there is rarely a situation where the case is completely straightforward. Alaska state laws recognize this fact in the statutes regarding offenses against the person by providing a range of definitions, from murder in the first degree to criminally negligent homicide.
Facing white collar criminal charges in Alaska is a serious matter. In some cases, in addition to state charges, white-collar defendants may also face federal charges, which tend to have harsher penalties.