Under Fletcher’s byline, here.
Forbes: “Native Tribes And State Tax And Regulatory Authority: The Waters Remain Murky”
AZ Central: “Indigenous people find legal, cultural barriers to protect sacred spaces off tribal lands”
Texas Observer: “Texas Draws Criticism With Plan to Lure Tourists to Sites Where Indigenous People Were Banished”
The Conversation: “The disturbing history of how conservatorships were used to exploit, swindle Native Americans”
New Republic: “Oklahoma Wants a Supreme Court Do-Over on Tribal Sovereignty“
E&E News Greenwire: “How a big Alaska fishing case hooked a solicitor nominee”
1. Whether a State may impose procedural or equitable bars to postconviction relief on the claim that the State lacked prosecutorial authority because the crime of conviction occurred in Indian country.
2. Whether a State has authority to prosecute non-Indians who commit crimes against Indians in Indian country.
3. Whether McGirt v. Oklahoma, 140 S. Ct. 2452 (2020), should be overruled.
Lower court materials here.