Tag Archives: Red Lake Nation

Minnesota SCT Refuses to Grant Credit to Prisoner for Time Spent in Red Lake Tribal Jail Unless that Time Was Spent for a State Offense

Here is the opinion in State v. Roy: State v Roy

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Minnesota COA Confirms Tribal Police Have Power to Detain and Deliver Non-Indians

Here is the opinion in State v. Thompson. The court’s syllabus: If a tribal police officer suspects a person who is not an Indian of violating a Minnesota criminal statute on an Indian reservation, and if the victim is not … Continue reading

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Minnesota COA Holds Red Lake Ojibwe Convictions Not Eligible for Interjurisdictional Jail Credit

Here is the opinion in State v. Roy: state-v-roy.pdf

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News Article: Collaboration between Counties and Tribes Benefit Dual Status Native Youth

This article highlights a promising program being implemented in northern Minnesota. The counties and tribes are working collaboratively to meet the needs of dual status youth (juveniles who come into contact with both child welfare and juvenile justice systems). This … Continue reading

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