Tribal Justice: Twenty-Five Years as a Tribal Appellate Justice(2015)
The work provides an in-depth review and survey of tribal appellate court jurisprudence, including jurisdiction over non-indians, enrollment and disenrollment, civil rights, elections and political participation, criminal law and procedure, rights of juveniles, tribal constitutions, and tradition and custom. The book focuses on the procedure and substance of tribal court appellate decision making as revealed in the text of actual court opinions.
Publication DateOctober 30, 2015
PublisherCarolina Academic Press
Citation InformationFrank Pommersheim. Tribal Justice: Twenty-Five Years as a Tribal Appellate Justice . Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2015. WorldCat