From Skelly comes this link from an old client of mine. (Note: everything in this post is contained in public records.) I represented Mr. Ramey once while in Dillingham. No big case - DUI on a snowmachine. Alaska is unusual in that one can be charged and convicted of DUI even if operating a vehicle off of public roads. That sort of makes sense, but I think there should be some exception for being in remote areas. Large parts of this state are inaccessible by road and people get around by snowmachine, 4-wheeler or boat. I would say that probably 1/2 - 2/3 of the DUI cases that I handled while in Dillingham occurred when the person was operating something other than an automobile.
Anyway, Birdman was charged with driving a snowmachine across the tundra while intoxicated. We seemed to get along fairly well. He did not ask to discharge me on the record and he seemed a fairly reasonable person. His address is listed as Togiak, so I guess he's moved out of Dillingham. Don't know why he's dealing with a case in Kotzebue (Pronounced "Kot - zuh - bew"), but I'm glad to see he's doing well.