Court struggles with the “indefensible morass” it’s made in Indian law

Claud Mccoid

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court docket read oral argument in United States v. Cooley. The circumstance problems whether or not tribal police officers may perhaps detain or look for non-Indians suspected of violating state or federal law on public highways working through reservations, and if so, in what instances. Tribal…

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