Tag Archives: tribal power to exclude

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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News Profile: “Can Oglala Sioux Tribe ban Gov. Kristi Noem from reservation? Here’s what the law says”

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Ninth Circuit Affirms “Public Road” Decision of Interior re: BIA/Wind River Reservation Road

Here are the materials in Pine Bar Ranch LLC v. Interior Board of Indian Appeals: CA9 unpublished opinion Pine Bar Opening Brief Interior Answer Brief Pine Bar Reply Lower court opinion here.

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Federal Court Refuses to Order BIA to Declare Wind River Reservation Dirt Road a “Public Road”

Here is that opinion, captioned Pine Bar Ranch LLC v. Acting Director, BIA (D. Mont.): DCT Order Dismissing Pine Bar Ranch Complaint An excerpt: Indeed, a contrary result could run afoul of tribal sovereignty. “The power to exercise tribal civil … Continue reading

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