In Major Ruling, Tenth Circuit Holds Muscogee (Creek) Reservation Boundaries Remain Intact

Tenth Circuit in Murphy v. Royal holds that allotted Muscogee (Creek) Nation reservation in Oklahoma has not been disestablished, reversing State death penalty conviction of Creek tribal member.

MURPHY v ROYAL OPINION

Prior Posts:

Updated Materials in Murphy v. Royal (No. 07-7068, Tenth Circuit)

and

Muscogee (Creek) Reservation Boundaries at Issue in Tenth Circuit Death Penalty Habeas Appeal

 

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  7. Wally says:

    What kind of impact does the Murphy vs. Royal case have on Creek citizens living on reservation land and working on Creek Tribal property being exempt from the State of Oklahoma income tax? Would they be exempt or still pay taxes? Would they be exempt from property taxes?

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