Tag Archives: United States v. Cooley

Ninth Circuit Holds Exclusionary Rule Applies to Evidence Obtained in Violation of ICRA’s Fourth Amendment Counterpart

Here is the opinion in United States v. Cooley. Briefs here.

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Ninth Circuit Briefs in United States v. Cooley

Here: US Brief Cooley Brief Reply An excerpt: A tribal law enforcement officer conducted a welfare check on Cooley, who had pulled over on a public highway where it crosses the Crow Reservation. It appeared to the officer that he was dealing with … Continue reading

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Federal Court Suppresses Key Evidence Procured in Stop of Non-Indian by Tribal Police

Here are the materials in United States v. Cooley (D. Mont.): 34 Motion to Suppress 41 Response 46 Reply 48 DCT Order An excerpt: Normally, under Bressi, Officer Saylor would be required to determine whether Cooley was non–Indian shortly after … Continue reading

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