Baum v. State
In Baum v. State, 24 P.3d 577, 581-82 (Alaska App. 2001), the Court ruled that a sentencing judge can impose a condition of probation that requires a defendant to refrain from engaging in a licensed activity for a longer period than the amount of license suspension or revocation that could be imposed on the defendant as a direct component of the defendant's sentence.
Indeed, the Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that a sentencing judge can, as a condition of probation, impose a penalty that the judge could not impose as a direct component of the defendant's sentence. See Brown v. State, 559 P.2d 107, 109-110 (Alaska 1977) (holding that a judge can order a probationer to pay a fine even when the applicable sentencing statute does not authorize imposition of a fine as a direct component of the defendant's sentence).