Leeds, Miller, Washburn, and Beetso on Castro-Huerta

Stacy Leeds, Robert J. Miller, Kevin K. Washburn, and Derrick Beetso have posted “Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta — Rebalancing Federal-State-Tribal Power,” previously published in the Journal of Appellate Process and Practice, on SSRN. Here is the abstract:

The Supreme Court’s unexpected decision in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta in 2022 overturned established precedent and scrambled long-settled expectations about the division of criminal jurisdiction in Indian country. In this panel discussion shortly after the decision was issued, the authors provided a “hot take” on the Castro-Huerta decision and discussed its impact on criminal justice in Indian country and on federal Indian law more broadly.

We previously posted this symposium issue here.