Supreme Court agrees to review yet another Indian law dispute


The U.S. Supreme Court accepted a fourth Indian law case on Monday, agreeing to resolve a dispute over the use of tribal convictions against domestic violence offenders.

Without comment, the justices issued an order that granted the petition in US v. Bryant. The outcome will determine whether tribal court convictions can be counted in federal court even if the defendant wasn't provided with an attorney.


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