Ninth Circuit Partially Vacates Assault Conviction of Domestic Violence Victim at Navajo

Here is the opinion in United States v. Charley.

Briefs:

Opening Brief

US brief

Reply

An excerpt:

The panel affirmed Seraphina Charley’s conviction on one count of making false statements to a government official, vacated her convictions on two counts of assault within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States, and remanded for a new trial on the assault counts and for resentencing on the false-statements count.
The convictions stem from an incident with Charley’s boyfriend, Merle Begay, whom Charley hit in the head with a piece of rebar after, she claimed, he attacked her while he was drunk.

Federal Suit against Interior and Navajo re: Removal from Indian Education Committee at a Gallup School is Dismissed

Here are the materials in Chicharello v. Dept. of the Interior (D.N.M.):

1 Complaint

19 Navajo Motion to Dismiss

34 US Motion to Dismiss

35 DCT Order

45 Amended Complaint

47 DCT Order

Update in Jensen v. EXC, Inc. [bus accident on Navajo lands]

Here are the materials in Jensen v. EXC Inc. (D. Ariz.):

71 Amended Complaint

116 Jensen MSJ

119 Response

121 Reply

126 DCT Order Denying MSJ

181 EXC Pre-Trial Brief

200 Verdict

220 Jensen Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law

221 Response

222 Reply

223 DCT Order Denying 220

And here are the Ninth Circuit briefs (so far):

Opening Brief

Answer Brief

Prior posts on this case are here.