Here is the opinion in United States v. Martinez.
Here is the opinion in United States v. Charley.
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.
Here are the materials in Jensen v. EXC Inc. (D. Ariz.):
And here are the Ninth Circuit briefs (so far):
Prior posts on this case are here.