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Turtle Talk: Indian law rulings in South Dakota Supreme Court
Posted: Thursday, June 9, 2011
"After Montana, North Dakota, and Alaska, we turn to South Dakota, another state with no intermediate appellate court.
Some observers would like to see more detail about the cases (a short description of the subject matter, whether tribes had filed amicus briefs, and how they fared if they did, for example). To this we can only say … it’s summer. There just isn’t enough time in the day.
Tribal interests have a 50 percent chance of prevailing in the South Dakota Supreme Court."
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