Tag Archives: 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie
Here is the invitation brief: 17-532 Herrera (ac pet) Other cert stage briefs here.
Here: 2017-10-05 Herrera Cert Petition Question presented: Whether Wyoming’s admission to the Union or the establishment of the Bighorn National Forest abrogated the Crow Tribe of Indians’ 1868 federal treaty right to hunt on the “unoccupied lands of the United States,” thereby permitting the … Continue reading →
Carla F. Fredericks & Jesse D. Heibel have posted “Standing Rock, the Sioux Treaties, and the Limits of the Supremacy Clause,” forthcoming in the University of Colorado Law Review. Here is the abstract: The controversy surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in Jones v. United States. Opinion Briefs: Jones Brief US Response Brief Reply
Here is the opinion in Walking Eagle v. United States. And footnote 2 (joined by two of the judges): In affirming the denial of postconviction relief to Walking Eagle, we nevertheless observe that Walking Eagle’s 20-year mandatory minimum sentence is … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in United States v. Fay (D. S.D.): DCT Order Fay Rule 60 Motion
Here are the materials so far in United States v. Crooked Arm (D. Mont.): Crooked Arm Indictment Crooked Arm Motion to Dismiss US Response Crooked Arm Reply DCT Order Denying Motion to Dismiss
Federal Court Rejects Double Jeopardy-Related Habeas Petition from Prisoner Previously Convicted in Tribal Court
Here are the materials in Jacobs v. United States (D. S.D.): 2255 Motion Government’s Response Jacobs’ Response DCT Order Denying Habeas Relief Materials from Mr. Jacobs’ direct appeal of his conviction based on the 1868 Fort Laramie treaty is here.
South Dakota Federal Court Reminds Prisoners — 1868 Treaty “Bad Men” Clause Does Not Get You Off the Hook
Here is the opinion in United States v. Wright (D. S.D.): DCT Order Dismissing Wright Complaint An excerpt: Although this Court does not need to reach the merits of Wright’s claims, this Court has had cause, on a number of … Continue reading →