Tag Archives: Tribal Law and Order Act
Christopher B. Chaney has published “Data Sovereignty and the Tribal Law and Order Act” in the Federal Lawyer.
OIG Report: “Review of the Department’s Tribal Law Enforcement Efforts Pursuant to the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010”
OIG Indian Country Crimes Report
Concetta Tsosie de Haro has posted “Federal Restrictions on Tribal Customary Law: The Importance of Tribal Customary Law in Tribal Courts.” The paper was published in the Tribal Law Journal. Here is the abstract: This article examines the adverse effects of federal … Continue reading →
Department of Justice Press Release here. The decision will take effect on Jan. 1, 2017. Tribal, state and county prosecutors and law enforcement agencies will also continue to have criminal jurisdiction on the reservation. “We believe this decision – made … Continue reading →
Link to DOJ report for 2014 here. Highlights: FBI’s CY 2014 statistics are similar to 2013. The majority of Indian country criminal investigations opened by the FBI were referred for prosecution. The majority of Indian country criminal cases opened by the USAOs … Continue reading →
Hearing set for Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 2:15PM EST. Link to announcement here.
Resolution No. 2015-01 Resolution No. 2015-02 The National American Indian Court Judges Association are supporting the Indian Law and Order Commission’s November 2013 report entitled “A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer,” which “advocates for tribal justice systems to have … Continue reading →
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE RELEASES SECOND REPORT TO CONGRESS ON INDIAN COUNTRY INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTIONS
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE RELEASES SECOND REPORT TO CONGRESS ON INDIAN COUNTRY INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTIONS Report to Congress is Requirement under the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 WASHINGTON – The Department of Justice released today its second … Continue reading →
Here: BOP TLOA Final Report
Here is the opinion in Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation v. Lyons. An excerpt: For the reasons set forth above, we hold that the trial court committed reversible error by admitting the Sexual Assault Report Form without providing the … Continue reading →