Here are the new materials in Lomeli v. Kelly (Nooksack Tribal Court):
Lomeli v Kelly Motion for Order Re Contempt
Lomeli v Kelly Defendants’ Opposition to Motion for Order to Show Cause RE Contempt
Lomeli v Kelly Motion for Contempt Reply
Lomeli v Kelly Order Denying Motion for Order to Show Cause
Apparently, four Nooksacks have been automatically disenrolled, since August, in violation of a Stipulation and Order in Lomeli providing that nobody would be disenrolled until all of the hearings were concluded.
Here is the opinion in State v. Diggs, in which the court rejected a double jeopardy argument. An excerpt:
Defendants Jonathan Diggs and Rebecca Miller appeal in advance of their trial from the district court’s denial of their motions to dismiss on double jeopardy grounds. We consider whether the New Mexico Constitution and double jeopardy statute prohibit the State from prosecuting Defendants for child abuse because the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) previously investigated Defendants for child abuse and the Acoma Pueblo tribal court previously held a custody hearing on the same issues. We hold that there was no double jeopardy violation and affirm.