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(a) The supreme court has final appellate jurisdiction in all actions and proceedings. However, a party has only one appeal as a matter of right from an action or proceeding commenced in either the district court or the superior court.
(b) Appeal to the supreme court is a matter of right only in those actions and proceedings from which there is no right of appeal to the court of appeals under AS 22.07.020 or to the superior court under AS 22.10.020 or AS 22.15.240.
(c) A decision of the superior court on an appeal from an administrative agency decision may be appealed to the supreme court as a matter of right.
(d) The supreme court may in its discretion review a final decision of the court of appeals on application of a party under AS 22.07.030. The supreme court may in its discretion review a final decision of the superior court on an appeal of a civil case commenced in the district court. In this subsection, “final decision” means a decision or order, other than a dismissal by consent of all parties, that closes a matter in the court of appeals or the superior court, as applicable.
(e) The supreme court may issue injunctions, writs, and all other process necessary to the complete exercise of its jurisdiction.
(f) The supreme court may, in its discretion, review a final decision of the Military Appeals Commission under AS 26.05.645 for which a sentence of confinement is imposed, the right to appeal to the Military Appeals Commission under AS 26.05.615 or 26.05.640 has been exhausted, and a petition for review is filed under AS 26.05.645.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 22. Judiciary § 22.05.010. Jurisdiction - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-22-judiciary/ak-st-sect-22-05-010.html
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