News & Alerts
- July 17, 2015 • PRESS RELEASE
Judge Sentences Anchorage Man to 52 Years for 2013 Violent Crime Spree
Yesterday, Judge Phillip Volland sentenced 27 year old Alejandro Aulman of Anchorage to spend the next 52 years in prison for a 2013 crime spree involving home invasion robberies, assaults, burglaries, and commercial robberies of area businesses.
- June 18, 2015 • PRESS RELEASE
Fraud Charges Brought Against 40 Individuals by the Alaska Department of Law and U.S. Attorney's Office
The Alaska Attorney General's Office and the U.S. Attorney's Office announced today that 40 individuals were charged with crimes for medical assistance fraud, conspiracy to commit health care fraud, public assistance fraud and PFD fraud.
- June 15, 2015 • PRESS RELEASE
Special Investigator’s National Guard Report Released
Attorney General Craig Richards today released the public report from the special investigator, retired Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins, regarding the Alaska National Guard (AKNG).
- June 1, 2015 • PRESS RELEASE
Impacts Expected to Department of Law if Partial Shutdown Occurs
If a partial shutdown occurs, the Department of Law will see a reduction in staff in both the Civil and Criminal Divisions, resulting in a reduction in services on all criminal and civil matters.
- May 2015 • CONSUMER ALERT
Alaska Joins Settlement with Classmates, Inc. and FTD for Misleading Advertising and Billing Practices
The Alaska Office of the Attorney General joined with 21 other states in a settlement with Classmates, Inc. and Florists Transworld Delivery ("FTD").