Here are the materials in Baker v. Erickson:
Here are the materials in Trenton Indian Housing Authority v. Poitra:
Lisa Poitra appeals from an order of eviction arguing that the district court lacked jurisdiction to enter the eviction order because the Trenton Indian Housing Authority (“TIHA”) constitutes a dependent Indian community, and a contract provision requires the eviction to be handled by the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians Tribal Court. We conclude the record supports the district court’s finding that TIHA is not a dependent Indian community, the court’s determination it had subject matter jurisdiction, and the finding TIHA did not have a contractual obligation to bring the eviction action in the tribal court.
Lower court order here.
Here are the materials in Fredericks v. McCormick Inc.:
And here are materials in a related case, Fredericks v. Vogel Law Firm:
Here is the opinion in Gustafson v. Poitra: Opinion
Linus and Raymond Poitra appeal the district court judgment of eviction. The Poitras argue the district court erred by exercising jurisdiction over this matter, and by sending a North Dakota law enforcement officer onto the reservation to evict tribal members from property within the Turtle Mountain Reservation. We affirm.
Here is the opinion in State v. Bearruner.