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With historical promises in mind, justices weigh state criminal jurisdiction in Indian country


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With historical promises in mind, justices weigh state criminal jurisdiction in Indian country

By Matthew L.M. Fletcher on April 28 at 8:45 a.m.

On Wednesday, four justices appeared poised to rule that Oklahoma does not have prosecutorial authority over crimes committed by non-tribe members against tribe members on reservations. It’s not clear, though, whether there is a fifth vote.  :snip: 

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It seems to me the whole "Reservation" issue needs to be revisited.  

I have a friend (VERY Left wing. Worked for a while at the casino outside Hinkley Mn. didn't have much good to say about how it was run.

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