Tag Archives: Oglala Sioux v. Fleming
Sometimes the results change a little even when a court decision goes the wrong way: County to Stick with Current ICWA Hearing Procedures
Here. This is the long running (initiated before Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl) case that is attempting to address the due process and ICWA violations against Native families in Pennington Co., South Dakota. Brought by Oglala Sioux, Rosebud Sioux and … Continue reading →
Here. News coverage here.
Download(PDF): Doc. 332 – Order (2/9/2017) Link: Previous posts
From Stephen Pevar: Judge Viken issued four sweeping orders in the Rapid City Indian Child Welfare Act case. One is a Permanent Injunction barring the defendants from continuing to violate seven federal rights of Indian children, their parents, and their tribes. It mandates an “immediate halt” … Continue reading →
This filing is part of the ICWA class action case in South Dakota over the interpretation of 25 USC 1922 (emergency jurisdiction): The third reason why this Court’s ruling on § 1922 has been inoperative is because the State’s Attorney … Continue reading →
After winning a partial summary judgment (twice, if you count the motions for reconsideration), the plaintiffs in the federal class action ICWA/Due Process lawsuit have filed their brief requesting remedies. Remedy Brief The four Defendants in this action are largely … Continue reading →