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10th Circuit Court of Appeals Weekly Roundup – October 10 – 16
Creek/HUD Issues Argued A tribal nation is going head-to-head with a federal agency over the allocation of investment money following a lower court ruling against its position...
Appeals Court Challenges Domestic Abuse Dismissal
The dismissal of a federal domestic violence charge against a 37-year-old enrolled member of the Northern Ute Tribe was reversed and sent back to the lower court by a three-judge p...
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Embezzlement Convictions Stand
Two former Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma officials failed to convince a three-judge panel of the U.S...
What Is Indian Country? Supreme Court Asked Not to Hear Osage Diminishment Case
WASHINGTON – A legal brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court urges it not to hear a reservation diminishment case known as Osage Nation v. Irby ...
Justices Disagree with Tribal Judge
A tribal court judge did not enjoy sovereign or judicial immunity when he became embroiled in a controversy over attorneys’ fees, a three-judge panel of the U.S...
Tribal Law is Limited, Court Rules
DENVER—Tribes may have the exclusive right to determine their membership for tribal purposes, but not if they seek to define membership in order to expand a federal statute, the U...
Eagles Remain in Indian Hands
The possession and ceremonial use of eagle feathers will remain in the hands of Indians from federally recognized tribes under a ruling handed down March 29 by the U.S...
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