Tulalip Tribal Court Denies Summary Judgment, Affirms In Rem Jurisdiction Versus State over Items Seized Pursuant to Search Warrant

Here are the materials in Shopbell v. Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife (Tulalip Tribal Court):

4-6-17 Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment and Memorandum in Support of Motion

4-24-17 Plaintiff’s Cross Motion for Partial Summary Judgment Re Probable Cause

5-2-17 Plaintiff’s Response in Opposition to Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment

5-4-17 Defendants’ Response to Plaintiff’s Cross Motion for Summary Judgment Re Probable Cause

5-12-17 Defendants’ Reply in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment

5-15-17 Plaintiff’s Reply in Support of Cross-Motion for Partial Summary Judgment

6-14-17 Ruling on Summary Judgment Motions

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