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The Laws That Should Protect Our Children

Current Civil SOL in a nutshell

SOL vs. perp, employer: None for felony sexual abuse of a minor, felony sexual assault, or unlawful exploitation of a minor

Majority Tolling: Age 18
Discovery Tolling: Liberal

Current Criminal SOL in a nutshell

None for felonies (effective 9/14/92)

Age of Majority: 18. Alaska Stat. Ann. § 25.20.010.
Age of Consent: 16. Alaska Stat. Ann. § 11.41.434.

Age of Marriage with Parental Consent: 14 with judicial consent.
Age of Marriage without Parental Consent: 18.
See, Alaska Stat. Ann. § 25-05-171.


Medical Neglect Statute

CIVIL MEDICAL NEGLECT STATUTE

This section does not require a religious healing practitioner to report as neglect of a child the failure to provide medical attention to the child if the child is provided treatment solely by spiritual means through prayer in accordance with the tenets and practices of a recognized church or religious denomination by an accredited practi-tioner of the church or denomination.
Alaska Statutes, §47.17.020(d)

CRIMINAL MEDICAL NEGLECT STATUTE

There is no failure to provide medical attention to a child if the child is provided treatment solely by spiritual means through prayer in accordance with the tenets and practices of a recognized church or religious denomination by an accredited practitioner of the church or denomination.
Alaska Statutes §11.51.120


Religous Liberty Statute

Religious liberty statute that could put children at risk

No law as of January 2017.