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99-1994 Nevada v. Hicks

"Tribal courts, it should be clear, cannot be courts of general jurisdiction in this sense, for a tribe's inherent adjudicative jurisdiction over nonmembers is at most only as broad as its legislative jurisdiction. ... It is true that some statutes proclaim tribal-court jurisdiction over certain questions of federal law. ... But no provision in federal ...

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