Brown v. State (1984)

In Brown v. State, 693 P.2d 324 (Alaska App. 1984) the Court ruled that where a "sufficient nexus" existed among various counts, the trial court could rely on one accomplice's testimony about one count to corroborate a different accomplice's testimony regarding another count. Furthermore, "there is no requirement that every element of an offense testified to by an accomplice be independently corroborated by other evidence."