Officials with the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service and attorney general’s office reported to the Rules Committee on July 13 that their offices are still dealing with fallout from the U.S. Supreme Court’s McGirt ruling.
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Cherokee Nation officials have been coordinating with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation to get “Entering the Cherokee Nation Reservati…
The Cherokee Nation has signed an agreement with the town of Vian to donate revenue from traffic and misdemeanor citations back to the municip…
In foster care cases involving a child eligible as a CN citizen and UKB citizen but not yet enrolled in either tribe, the UKB will be notified.
More criminal cases are filed in the past year than in the past decade, tribe’s attorney general says.
Jurisdiction rulings from courts prompt hundreds of criminal appeals.
Only the federal government can prosecute major crimes and non-Natives in Indian Country.