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Tribal Criminal Jurisdiction over Non-Indians in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization and the SAVE Native Women Act
Tribal Criminal Jurisdiction over Non-Indians in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization and the SAVE Native Women Act
 
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By Jane M. Smith (au); Richard M. Thompson II (au)
Year: 2012
Pages: 18
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-3211-6

Product Code: 1457832119

Description
 
Domestic and dating violence in Indian country are at epidemic proportions. However, there is a practical jurisdictional issue when the violence involves a non-Indian perpetrator and an Indian victim. Indian tribes only have criminal jurisdiction over crimes involving Indian perpetrators within their jurisdictions. Most states only have jurisdiction over crimes involving a non-Indian perpetrator and a non-Indian victim within Indian country located in the state. Although the federal government has jurisdiction over non-Indian-on-Indian crimes in Indian country, offenses such as domestic and dating violence tend to be prosecuted with less frequency than other crimes. Legislation introduced in the 112th Congress, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (S. 1925 and H.R. 4271) and the SAVE Native Women Act (S. 1763 and H.R. 4154), would recognize and affirm participating tribesńˇ╗ inherent sovereign authority to exercise special domestic violence jurisdiction over domestic violence involving non-Indian perpetrators and Indian victims occurring within the tribeńˇ╗s jurisdiction. It is not clear whether Congress has authority to restore the tribesńˇ╗ inherent sovereignty over non-members, or whether such authority would have to be a delegation of federal authority. Contents of this report: Introduction; Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country; Special Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction Under VAWA Reauthorization and the SAVE Act; Inherent Tribal Sovereignty Versus Delegated Federal Authority; Conclusion. Table. This is a print on demand report.

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