Federal Court Holds Omaha Reservation Not Diminished in Tribal Liquor Jurisdiction Matter

Here are the new materials in Smith v. Parker (D. Neb.):

134 Nebraska Response

135 US Response

136 Village of Pender Response

138 Omaha Tribe Response

140 Opinion

Cross-motions for summary judgment and briefs are here. Prior posts here, here, and here.

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4 Responses to Federal Court Holds Omaha Reservation Not Diminished in Tribal Liquor Jurisdiction Matter

  1. vance gillette says:

    Interesting opinion and good history lesson about Omaha Tribe. The precedent of Duncan Energy from 8CA was helpful. When tribes exercise basic authority to control reservation matters, the state or county folks seem to sue and waste a lot of money doing so. But, that’s what it takes for the Tribes to self govern. Good job by Omahas and tribal attorneys.

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