Galbraith v. State

In Galbraith v. State 693 P.2d 880 (Alaska App. 1985), the Court rejected a single-subject challenge to a session law which declared that it was addressing: the reclassification of sexual assault in the first degree; the rewriting of assault law to eliminate the defense of intoxication; establishing presumptive sentences for all class A felony offenders; the issuance of telephonic search warrants; the modification of procedures for disposal of seized and recovered property; the complete modification of the insanity defense; the modification of the defense of necessity; the reclassification of second offense joyriding; the legitimation of use immunity; and substantial modifications to the manner in which sentences are imposed and modified. (Galbraith, 693 P.2d at 885 n.7.)