U.S. v. Bryant (2016)

June 13, 2016

In tribal courts, civil rights are secured by the terms of the Indian Civil Rights Act, not the U.S. Constitution; Criminal convictions in tribal courts hewing to the ICRA may serve as predicate convictions for U.S. crimes and enhancements, even if the procedural safeguards provided by the ICRA differ from those guaranteed by the Constitution

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