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Living Her Dream: Eldena Bear Don’t Walk Discusses Her Law Career
Eldena Bear Don’t Walk is living out her childhood dream. The youngster who imagined one day becoming a lawyer has done exactly that — and more...
USET Develops Work Group to Address Violence Against Native Women
President Barack Obama signed into law the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) on March 7 surrounded by American Indian women who fought tirelessly for the pas...
House Republican VAWA Bill Offers Strong Tribal Protections; Will Cantor Accept?
Republican House members Tom Cole (Okla.) and Darrell Issa (Calif.) on February 20 issued new Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) legislation that includes stronger tribal jurisdicti...
Western Diné Justice Center Begins New Era in Navajo Safety
The Western Diné Justice Center opened its doors on February 17 as Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly referred to the center as a new era for Navajo Public Safety...
Indian Law and Order Commission Seeks Input from Native Teens
In order to present recommendations to President Barack Obama and the United States Congress about how to make tribal communities safer and more just, the Indian Law and Order Comm...
Non-Indians and Tribal Criminal Jurisdiction
According to current U.S. legal interpretations, non-Indian U.S. citizens are not subject to tribal criminal jurisdiction. A critical well-known case is where the U.S...
San Carlos Apache Community Leaders Hope Club Will Keep Native Youth Out of Trouble
Mary Kim Titla
“If there wasn’t a teen center, teenagers would be bored and they would probably get into trouble,” said Desiray Miles, 13, San Carlos Apache...
Heidi Heitkamp: Taking the Senate Race to Native North Dakota
Patti Jo King
North Dakota’s Democratic Senate candidate, Heidi Heitkamp , is working hard for the Native vote...
Captured Criminal Justice In Alaska Native Villages
Criminal justice administration in the state of Alaska is very centralized. It is also very ineffective...
Fairness, Justice and Government
Recent studies by the UCLA School of Law Native Nations Law & Policy Center suggest that American Indians do not believe that federal, state or tribal courts are fair...
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