SCOTUS Decides U.S. v. Bryant — Tribal Court Convictions May Be Used

Here is the opinion in United States v. Bryant.

From the syllabus:

Because Bryant’s tribal-court convictions occurred in proceedings that complied with ICRA and were therefore valid when entered, use of those convictions as predicate offenses in a §117(a) prosecution does not violate the Constitution.

Background materials, briefs, etc. here.

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