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Turtle Talk: Indian law success rate in Alaska Supreme Court
Posted: Wednesday, June 8, 2011
"Well, we’ve looked at Montana (70 percent win rate for tribal interests) and North Dakota (38 percent), both states with no intermediate appellate court.
And now we look at Alaska.
Tribal interests prevail in about 46 percent of cases."
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State Supreme Court Outcomes: Alaska
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Turtle Talk examines Indian law rulings in state court cases
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