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JURISDICTION ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS

HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

SELECT COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS

UNITED STATES SENATE

NINETY-SIXTH CONGRESS

SECOND SESSION

ON

S. 1181

TO AUTHORIZE THE STATES AND THE INDIAN TRIBES TO ENTER INTO MUTUAL AGREEMENTS AND COMPACTS RESPECTING JURISDICTION AND GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS IN

INDIAN COUNTRY;

S. 1722

THE REFORM OF FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW PARTICULARLY WITH RESPECT TO SECTION 161(i) PROVIDING FOR RETROCESSION OF JURISDICTION TO THE UNITED STATES FROM STATES THAT PREVIOUSLY ASSUMED SUCH JURISDICTION UNDER PUBLIC LAW 83–280; AND THE FEDERAL MAGISTRATES

CONCEPT; AND

S. 2832 TO ESTABLISH A SPECIAL MAGISTRATE WITH JURISDICTION OVER FEDERAL OFFENSES IN INDIAN COUNTRY

(INTRODUCED JUNE 16, 1980)

MARCH 17, 18, AND 19, 1980

WASHINGTON, D.C.

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON: 1980

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SELECT COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS

JOHN MELCHER, Montana, Chairman DANIEL K. INOUYE, Hawaii

WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine
DENNIS DECONCINI, Arizona

MARK O. HATFIELD, Oregon
Max I. RICHTMAN, Staff Director

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Adams, Roger, general litigation section, Criminal Division, Department

of Justice..

193

Alvarez, Richard, tribal council member, Chemehuevi Indian Tribe--- 175

Andrade, Ronald P., executive director, National Congress of American

Indians

347

Bennett, Linda, public lands specialist, National Association of Counties-- 154
Black, Kenneth, executive director, National Tribal Chairmen's Asso-
ciation

152

DeLaCruz, Joe, president, Quinault Business Committee..

80, 152

Deloria, Sam, director, American Indian Law Center, University of New

Mexico

60

Dunbar, David, National Tribal Chairmen's Association --

152, 347
Ernstoff, Barry, attorney, Ziontz, Pirtle, Morisett, Ernstoff & Chestnut,
Seattle, Wash_

377

Frank, Bill, Jr., Nisqually Indian Tribe, prepared statement-

178

Gervais, Bob, councilman, Blackfeet Tribe of Montana--

55

Gow, Douglas, Federal Bureau of Investigation.--

193

Hall, Gilbert, American Indian law training program.

102

Prepared statement.-

102

Hammond, Lawrence A., Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Department

of Justice..

193

Hoptowit, Bill, law and order committee, Yakima Indian Tribe----

359

Hovis, James B., tribal counsel, Yakima Indian Tribe -

359

Lavis, Rick, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Department of

the Interior.--

117

Prepared statement.

131

Leivas, Matthew, Chemehuevi Indian Tribe---

175
Little, Joseph, general counsel, All-Indian Pueblo Council.

65
Manuelito, Henry C., public safety planner, Division of Public Safety,
Navajo Nation -

371

Martin, Phillip, tribal chief, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians..

373

McCabe, Franklin, Jr., chairman, tribal council, Colorado River Indian

Tribes

157

Meissner, Doris, Assistant Director, Office of Justice Policy and Planning,

Department of Justice, prepared statement..

214

Meninick, Johnson, chairman, tribal council, Yakima Indian Tribe of

Washington

359

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