Federal Court Partially Dismisses Oglala Sioux Tribal Member’s Grazing Suit against Feds

Here are the materials in Temple v. Roberts (previously Temple v. Her Many Horses (D.S.D.):

155-motion-to-dismiss.pdf

159-opposition.pdf

168-reply.pdf

173-motion-to-quash.pdf

176-response.pdf

177-reply.pdf

180-1-oglala-sioux-tribal-court-opinion.pdf

183-dct-on-motion-to-dismiss.pdf

184-dct-granting-motion-to-quash.pdf

Prior post here.

Native American Telecom (Crow Creek Sioux) Contract Breach Claims against Sprint Allowed to Proceed

Here are the materials in Sprint Communications Company L.P. v. Crow Creek Sioux Tribal Court (D. S.D.):

182 Sprint Motion to Dismiss

190 Native American Telecom Opposition

196 Sprint Reply

234 DCT Order

We have posted on this case before:

Sprint Communications Sues Oglala Sioux Tribe and Tribal Court over Utility Registration Fees

Here are the materials in Sprint Communications Co. LP v. Wynne (D. S.D.):

1 Complaint

1-1 Exhibit 1

1-2 Exhibit 2

1-3 Exhibit 3

1-4 Exhibit 4

Federal Court Rejects Double Jeopardy-Related Habeas Petition from Prisoner Previously Convicted in Tribal Court

Here are the materials in Jacobs v. United States (D. S.D.):

2255 Motion

Government’s Response

Jacobs’ Response

DCT Order Denying Habeas Relief

Materials from Mr. Jacobs’ direct appeal of his conviction based on the 1868 Fort Laramie treaty is here.

Federal Indictment for Failure to Comply with Tribal Court Child Support Order Dismissed

Strange case, turning on a lack of personal jurisdiction in the Oglala Sioux Tribal Court.

Here are the materials in United States v. Lopez (D. S.D.):

DCT Order Dismissing Indictment

Lopez Motion to Dismiss

US Opposition Brief

Lopez Reply M

J R&R Recommending Denial of Motion to Dismiss

Lopez Objection to MJ R&R

Federal Court Refuses to Suppress Statements Made to FBI under Advice of Tribal Court Lay Advocate

Here are the materials in United States v. Chase Alone (D. S.D.):

Chase Alone Magistrate R&R

Chase Alone Objection

DCT Order on Chase Alone R&R

Apparently under the Red Bird case, a tribal lay advocate is not “counsel” under the Fifth and Sixth Amendments, so any statements made to the FBI after a tribal criminal defendant is represented by a lay advocate are not required to be suppressed.