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First descendant status insufficient to prove tribal jurisdiction (access required)

  Being a first descendant of an enrolled member of a Native American tribe isn’t enough to prove criminal jurisdiction in federal court under the Indian Major Crimes Act, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled. This was the first time that a state appellate court has considered whether a defendant qualifies as a Native ...

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