Alaska

Alaska does not allow a felony murder charge when a co-perpetrator is killed by a victim or bystander

ALASKA — Not allowing felony murder charges when a co-perpetrator is killed by a victim or bystander was legislated by  the Alaska State Legislature

AS 11.41.110. Murder in the Second Degree

(3) under circumstances not amounting to murder in the first degree under AS 11.41.100 (a)(3), while acting either alone or with one or more persons, the person commits or attempts to commit arson in the first degree, kidnapping, sexual assault in the first degree, sexual assault in the second degree, sexual abuse of a minor in the first degree, sexual abuse of a minor in the second degree, burglary in the first degree, escape in the first or second degree, robbery in any degree, or misconduct involving a controlled substance under AS 11.71.010 (a), 11.71.020(a), 11.71.030(a)(1) or (2), or 11.71.040(a)(1) or (2) and, in the course of or in furtherance of that crime or in immediate flight from that crime, any person causes the death of a person other than one of the participants;

Link to the Alaska Law — HERE

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