New Oregon Law Review Article on (Tribal) Criminal Jurisdiction and the Nation-State

David Wolitz has published “Criminal Jurisdiction and the Nation-State: Toward Bounded Pluralism” in the Oregon Law Review.

An excerpt:

In this Part, I argue that criminal jurisdiction on tribal lands already reflects major elements of the Bounded Pluralism approach I support, but that criminal justice in Indian Country could be improved if tribes had greater functional jurisdiction and if the federal government had greater supervisory authority to set fundamental-rights constraints on that jurisdiction.

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