INDIANS

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In 1997, an Oklahoma jury convicted Jimcy McGirt of committing multiple crimes, including first-degree rape, against a four-year-old girl. McGirt v. Oklahoma at 1; see also Brief for Petitioner, Jimcy McGirt at 16; Brief for Respondent, Oklahoma at 4....

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The Omaha Tribe, claiming that several residents and business owners resided within the boundaries of their reservation, attempted to enforce the Tribe’s Beverage Control Ordinance upon them. See Smith v. Parker, 996 F. Supp. 2d 815, 820 (D. Neb.) aff'...

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The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation (“Yakama Nation”) is an Indian Tribe recognized by the federal government. Brief for Respondent, Cougar Den, Inc. at 2. The Yakama Nation and the United States entered into a treaty (“the Treaty”)...

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In the mid-eighteenth century, Native American Tribes of the Pacific Northwest entered into a series of treaties whereby they relinquished territory but were guaranteed a right to off-reservation fishing. United States v. Washington, No. 13-35474, at...