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Captured justice : Native nations and Public Law 280

Author: Duane Champagne; Carole E Goldberg
Publisher: Durham : Carolina Academic Press, N.C. ©2012.
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"Captured Justice is the first systematic investigation of the success or failure of the Public Law 280 program substituting state for tribal and federal criminal justice in Indian country. The authors first identify a set of six conditions that are necessary for criminal justice to succeed in Indian country. They then present the results of hundreds of interviews and surveys at sixteen reservations across the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Duane Champagne; Carole E Goldberg
ISBN: 9781611630435 1611630436
OCLC Number: 747819363
Description: xii, 231 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Over 50 years of Public Law 280 --
A framework for understanding indian country criminal justice --
Policing : program management, cultural compatibility, fairness --
Courts : service delivery, cultural compatibility, and fairness --
Funding --
Tribal-State cooperative law enforcement agreements under Public Law 280 --
Retrocession from Public Law 280 --
The present and future of Public Law 280.
Responsibility: Duane Champagne, Carole Goldberg.

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"Captured Justice is the first systematic investigation of the success or failure of the Public Law 280 program substituting state for tribal and federal criminal justice in Indian country. The authors first identify a set of six conditions that are necessary for criminal justice to succeed in Indian country. They then present the results of hundreds of interviews and surveys at sixteen reservations across the United States, tapping reservation residents, tribal officials and staff, and state and federal law enforcement officers and criminal justice personnel, to find out how the state jurisdiction regime is faring and to compare experiences on Public Law 280 reservations with those on non-Public Law 280 reservations. Before and after case studies of tribes that were able to remove state jurisdiction from their reservations complete the book"--Page 4 of cover.

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