Here are the briefs in United States v. Smith: APPELLANT’S OPENING BRIEF United States Response Brief Pueblo Amicus 2023-07-12_ Brief of the SofNM as Amicus
Here are the materials in Arocha v. Blackman (D. Mont.): 10 Amended Habeas Petition.pdfDownload 22 Motion to Dismiss.pdfDownload 24 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings.pdfDownload
Here: Stitt Opening Brief.pdfDownload Creek Seminole Amicus Brief.pdfDownload Cherokee Chickasaw Choctaw Amicus Brief.pdfDownload Tulsa Brief.pdfDownload Stitt Reply.pdfDownload Creek Seminole Reply Brief.pdfDownload Cherokee Chickasaw Choctaw Reply
Here is the opinion in United States v. Britt. Briefs: Britt Brief US brief Reply
Here are the materials in Williams v. Harpe: Application for Certificate of Appealability CA10 Order
Here are the materials in United States v. Kills Warrior (D.S.D.): 1 Indictment.pdfDownload 36 Motion to Dismiss.pdfDownload 38 Government Opposition.pdfDownload 40 Magistrate Order.pdfDownload 41 Objection.pdfDownload
Nicholas Stamates has posted “The Aftermath of McGirt and Castro-Huerta: Problems and Possible Solutions relating to White Collar Crime in the City of Tulsa,” recently
It’s an older case, from back in April, but here are the materials in Gilliland v. Barteaux (N.D. Okla.): 1 Habeas Petition.pdfDownload 9 Motion to
Here is the opinion in Hooper v. City of Tulsa. Briefs here and here. Substitute Hooper for Haley and Oklahoma for United States.
Here is the opinion: CA10 Opinion.pdfDownload Briefs: McGirt Opening Brief.pdfDownload Government’s Brief.pdfDownload Reply.pdfDownload
Here: Motion to Dismiss.pdfDownload Ordering Denying Motion to Dismiss.pdfDownload Article here.
Here is the opinion in McGill v. Rankin. Available brief here: McGill Brief.PDFDownload We don’t post many of these post-McGirt prisoner cases, but this is
Here are the materials in State of Oklahoma v. Brester: OCCA Decision.pdfDownload Appellant Brief.pdfDownload Appellee Brief.pdfDownload Miami and Ottawa Tribes Amicus Brief.pdfDownload Peoria Tribe Amicus
Here are the available materials in United States v. Peneaux (D.S.D.): 31 Motion to Dismiss.pdfDownload 38 DCT Order.pdfDownload An excerpt from the order: Federal law
Nasrin Camilla Akbari has published “The Gladue Approach: Addressing Indigenous Overincarceration Through Sentencing Reform” in the NYU Law Review. PDF Here is the abstract: In
Here is the complaint in Seneca-Cayuga Nation v. Drummond (N.D. Okla.): 1 Complaint.pdfDownload Maybe time for some burn barrel protesting.
Here are the materials in United States v. English (D. Colo.): 1 Indictment 33 Joint Memorandum in Support of Plea Agreement 36 Magistrate Minute Order:
Seth E. Montgomery has published “ICRA’s Exclusionary Rule” in the Boston University Law Review. The abstract: The Fourth Amendment does not limit the actions of
Tamera Begay has published “A Day in the Life of a Tribal Prosecutor” in the January/February issue of the Federal Lawyer .
Angela Riley & Sarah Glenn Thompson have posted “Mapping Dual Sovereignty and Double Jeopardy in Indian Country Crimes,” recently published in the Columbia Law Review,
Here are the materials in Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians v. County of Mille Lacs (D. Minn.): 319 Tribe Motion for Summary.pdfDownload 321 Sheriff
Grant Christensen has posted “Getting Cooley Right: The Inherent Criminal Powers of Tribal Law Enforcement,” forthcoming in the UC Davis Law Review, on SSRN. Abstract:
Grand Christensen has posted “The Extradition Clause and Indian Country,” forthcoming in the North Dakota Law Review, on SSRN. The abstract: This article looks at
Grand Christensen has posted “Using Consent to Expand Tribal Court Criminal Jurisdiction,” forthcoming in the California Law Review, on SSRN. Navajo police officer photographed by
Here is the opinion in Vandecar v. Muscogee (Creek) Nation: Doc. 13, Order and Opinion, 08302022.pdfDownload
Here is the opinion in Casey v. Muscogee (Creek) Nation: Doc.-13-Order-and-Opinion-08012022.pdfDownload
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Here. Yeah, I doubt Greg was thinking of this Bizarro, but the reverse-Superman Bizarro is too creepy.
Here is the order in Kovalevich v. Bureau of Indian Affairs (D.D.C.): 28 DCT Order
Here is the opinion in United States v. Clark.
Here is the opinion in United States v. Dowty.
Here is “Oklahoma’s Suspect Argument in Front of the Supreme Court — The state claims that affirming a reservation in eastern Oklahoma could lead to