Here is the opinion in United States v. Many White Horses.
Link: From the Reservation to College (subscription required)
An occasional series of articles on the transition to college for students from Browning High School on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana.
Here are the materials in United States v. Augare (D. Mont.):
News coverage here. An excerpt:
The U.S. government can prosecute misdemeanor driving offenses on Indian reservations, a federal magistrate judge ruled Tuesday in rejecting a request to dismiss charges against a Blackfeet tribal leader and Montana state senator.U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith Strong said the federal government shares jurisdiction with tribal governments. He rebuffed arguments by Shannon Augare’s attorney, who said the federal government’s case against the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council member and Democratic senator was an intrusion of tribal sovereignty.
Here are the materials in United States v. Spoonhunter (D. Mont.):
Defendant attacks only one issue in challenging her conviction: whether the government proved that she acted with intent to defraud the vendors with whom she worked in connection with North American Indian Days. Defendant argues no evidence was presented at trial to prove that she contemplated harm to her victims, or that her actions were done in bad faith.