U. Chi. Law Review Podcast on the Murphy/McGirt Cases

Here is “Briefly 3.10 – Is Half of Oklahoma Tribal Land?”

From the site:

This is Briefly, a production of the University of Chicago Law Review. Today we are discussing two cases pending before the Supreme Court, which will determine whether roughly half of the land in Oklahoma is actually an Indian Reservation . We’re joined by Elizabeth Reese, a Bigelow Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School, and Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Professor of Law and Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law. Music from bensound.com.

Oklahoma SCT Holds Tax on Video Game Machines Used at Cherokee Casinos is Preempted by Federal Law

Here is the opinion in Video Game Technologies v. Rogers County Board of Tax Roll Corrections.

Here is a related opinion involving machines at the Creek casinos, Video Game Technologies v. Tulsa County Board of Tax Roll Corrections.

SCOTUS Grants Cert in McGirt v. Oklahoma [Creek Reservation Boundaries Criminal Appeal]

Here are the cert stage materials in McGirt v. Oklahoma:

mcgirt-cert-petition.pdf

appendix.pdf

oklahoma-brief-in-opposition.pdf

Friday’s order list here.

News coverage here and here.

Federal Prisoner’s Effort to Invoke Murphy v. Royal Decision Fails

Here are the materials in United States v. Springer (N.D. Okla.):

301 Motion for Relief

302 Motion to Order US Response

303 US Response

305 Reply

 

306 DCT Order

 

 

Muscogee Freedmen Descendants Forced to Exhaust Tribal Remedies

Here is the order in Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen Band v. Bernhardt (D.D.C.):

29 DCT Order

Briefs here.

Supplemental Briefs in Murphy Case

Available on the Carpenter v. Murphy background page, but also here:

petitioner_s supplemental brief

united states supplemental brief

respondent_s supplemental brief

supplemental brief of amicus curiae muscogee creek nation

murphy-supp-reply.pdf

oklahoma-supp-reply.pdf

muscogee-supp-reply.pdf

us-supp-reply.pdf