Bradley v. State (1983)

In Bradley v. State, 662 P.2d 993 (Alaska App. 1983) the Court held that the result of a hospital blood test was admissible against the defendant, even though the state had not preserved a sample, because "the blood sample was taken by, and was in the possession of, an independent entity ... and because both the defendant and the government had the opportunity to preserve the sample." Id., 662 P.2d at 995.