Tag Archives: Crow Nation
Here is the invitation brief: 17-532 Herrera (ac pet) UPDATE: respondent supplemental brief petitioner supplemental brief 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 →
Montana SCT Holds Water Rights Associated with Former Crow Allotment but Now Held by Others are Not Part of Tribal Water Right
Here are the materials in In re Scott Ranch: Opinion/Order Amicus Curiae Brief Appellant Brief
Here is the order in Crow Allottees Assn. v. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Crow Allottees Memorandum Opinion Briefs: Opening Brief Federal Answer Brief Reply Lower court materials here.
Split Ninth Circuit Panel Allows Equal Protection Claim against FBI Official Who Failed to Properly Investigate Murder of Crow Nation Members
Here is the unpublished opinion in Cole v. Oravec. Briefs: Appellant Brief Answer Brief Reply Prior posts here.
Statement from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, Link Here The current reports of abduction and murder of American Indian women and girls are alarming and represent one of the most severe aspects of the spectrum of violence committed against … Continue reading →
Here is “Tribes That Live Off Coal Hold Tight to Trump’s Promises,”
Here are the materials in United States v. Cooley (D. Mont.): 34 Motion to Suppress 41 Response 46 Reply 48 DCT Order An excerpt: Normally, under Bressi, Officer Saylor would be required to determine whether Cooley was non–Indian shortly after … Continue reading →
Here is “Joseph Medicine Crow, Tribal War Chief and Historian, Dies at 102.”
Here. Aaron Payment, the chairman of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Michigan, said his tribe had already shut down its H.I.V. prevention program and furloughed employees for its Head Start program for a month because of sequestration. Now, … Continue reading →