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Two Victories for Utes Provide Light at the End of a Long Tunnel
The Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation in northeastern Utah achieved two major victories in U.S. District Court earlier this month. On Monday, May 5, U.S...
Judges Cite Tribes as ‘Once-Sovereign Political Communities’
American Indians are unique because they are “rooted in the unique status of Indians as...
Utes Say State and County Police Are Violating Their Borders
Over the years, the Ute Indian Tribe (Northern Ute) members have voiced their concerns about traffic stops and arrests by county and state police on tribal lands in northeastern Ut...
Convicted Assailant’s Appeal Denied
Adam Frost, identified by the Department of Justice as a Southern Ute Indian Tribe (Southern Ute) member, unsuccessfully challenged a 2010 rape conviction charging that errors in t...