Paul Spruhan


This case note analyzes the Navajo Nation's application of traditional law concepts in order to find criminal jurisdiction to prosecute a non-member Indian in Means v. District Court. The author examines this use in light of the Supreme Court's decision in Duro v. Reina.



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