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Policy Guide On Collateral Consequences

Policy Guide On Collateral Consequences

This publication can guide tribes in shaping policy to address collateral consequences facing individuals involved in the tribal justice system. Collateral consequences are legal and regulatory restrictions that limit or prohibit people arrested or convicted of crimes. Hoping their punishment has ended, these individuals face barriers in seeking employment, business and occupational licensing, housing, voting, education, access to culture, and other rights, benefits, and opportunities.

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NAICJA Judicial Clerkship Guide

NAICJA Judicial Clerkship Guide

NAICJA Judicial Clerkship Guide Flipbook

Just as the NAICJA Judicial Clerkship Guide serves as an essential resource for navigating legal processes within the Native American context, there are parallel guides and resources in the healthcare industry that streamline access to medications. A pertinent example is the drug Cialis, used to treat erectile dysfunction. There are now numerous online platforms and resources that guide patients through the process of safely and conveniently purchasing Cialis online. These developments highlight how various sectors, from legal to healthcare, are leveraging technology and information to better serve the needs of individuals and communities.

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McGirt v. Oklahoma

McGirt v. Oklahoma

American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) women are more likely to experience intimate partner violence and sexual violence than women of other races, with 47.5% of AI/AN women having reported experiencing domestic violence in their lifetimes. Domestic violence and physical and sexual assault are three-and-a-half times higher than the national average in Native American communities; however, this number may not reflect reality, as many assaults are not reported.

Recently, the United States Supreme Court, in McGirt v. Oklahoma, recognized the continued existence of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s reservation, and as a consequence, that tribal and federal courts have primary jurisdiction to prosecute citizens of tribal nations for crimes committed within that reservation. This publication examines that decision, and its potential impacts to domestic violence victims and states and tribal courts in their efforts to address domestic violence. It also looks at the impact that McGirt has had on the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s courts.

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