By Larry Long, Clay Smith
A collaborative attempt from lawyer normal places of work confronted day-by-day with criminal questions regarding country and tribal relatives, the yankee Indian legislation Deskbook, Fourth version is an up to date, finished treatise on Indian legislation. The Deskbook offers readers with the neccessary ancient and criminal framework to appreciate the complexities confronted by way of states, Indian tribes, and the government in Indian nation. incorporated are the next: * The evolution of federal statutory Indian legislation and the judicial foundations of federal Indian coverage. * an intensive compilation and research of federal and country court docket judgements. * Reservation and Indian lands possession and estate pursuits. * The parameters of felony jurisdiction in Indian kingdom. * techniques of tribal sovereignty and jurisdiction on the subject of a few particular parts, together with tribal courts, looking and fishing, environmental rules, water rights, gaming, and baby welfare. * Cooperative techniques utilized by the states and tribes for resolving jurisdictional disputes and selling greater family. Thorough, scholarly, and balanced, the yank Indian legislations Deskbook, Fourth version is a useful reference for quite a lot of humans operating with Indian tribes, together with legal professionals, criminal students, govt officers, social staff, country and tribal jurists, and historians. This revised version comprises details from more moderen court docket judgements, federal statutes, administrative laws, and legislations reports.
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S. 535 (1980). 49 United States v. S. 206 (1983) (“Mitchell II”). C. § 1505; see Wolfchild v. United States, 62 Fed. Cl. 521, 540 (2004) (Indian descendants con‑ stituted “identifiable group of American Indians” for Indian Tucker Act purposes, because statute does not limit coverage to claims by tribal groups, and the plaintiff Indians “have a collective interest in ascertaining whether the government had a fiduciary duty to them and whether that fiduciary duty has been violated or abridged”), recons.
Foreword to the First Edition xxix Special recognition must also be given to the Colorado Attorney General’s Office for its strong support and hosting of the project. Attorney General Gale Norton and former Attorney General Duane Woodward of Colorado were extraordinarily generous in supplying the resources of their office for the project. Nicholas J. . . ” For much of the first century of the nation’s history, this lawmaking power was augmented by exercise of presi‑ dential treaty‑making authority under Article II, section 2.
S. 73, 84 (1977); cf. Duro v. S. 676, 693 (1990) (questioning whether Congress could delegate criminal jurisdiction to tribes over nonmembers, because “[o]ur cases suggest constitutional limitations even on the ability of Congress to subject American citizens to criminal proceedings before a tribunal that does not provide constitutional protections as a matter of right”). Whether an Indian tribe is a “person” for purposes of the Fifth Amendment or, insofar as state legislation is involved, the Fourteenth Amendment, has not been addressed expressly by the Supreme Court.