This article argues that violence in Indian country will not be meaningfully reduced until tribes have full autonomy over their criminal systems. This can only be achieved when tribal criminal jurisdiction is equivalent to that exercised by states.
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UC Hastings Indigenous Law Center Inaugural Panel: The Impact of COVID on Native and Indigenous CommunitiesLauren Klosinski
On Wednesday, Feb. 10, UC Hastings Indigenous Law Center is hosting its inaugural panel event, co-sponsored by the UCSF-UC Hastings Consortium on Law, Science & Health Policy. The panelists will discuss the Impact of COVID on Native and Indigenous Communities.
Recently, in Federal Republic of Germany v. Philipp, No. 19-351 (Feb. 3, 2021), the U.S. Supreme Court cited the Second, Third, and Fourth Restatements of The Foreign Relations Law of the United States.
The COVID-19 pandemic is imposing typically rural practice constraints on the United States’ urban and suburban criminal court systems. This “ruralization” of criminal practice offers lawyers, policymakers, and researchers a window into the challenges and opportunities that inhere in rural systems.
The Death Penalty Information Center has released its year-end report on “The Death Penalty in 2020.”