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legal brief #2 - Holly Barton AIS 280 Name and Citation...

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Holly Barton AIS 280 Name and Citation: Williams v. Lee , 358 U.S. 737. Jan. 1959. Find Law for Legal Professionals. 11 Mar. 2008. http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?court=US&vol=358&invol=217 Court: The case of Williams v. Lee was held in the Supreme Court of Arizona. Judicial History: The case, Williams v Lee, that consisted of a non Indian against an Indian male and his wife. The issue of the case was not as important as who had jurisdiction over the case. The defendants of this civil case, the Indian couple, asked the court to have the case transferred to the Tribal Court. The Supreme Court of Arizona granted certiorari to the case. Facts: The respondent of the case was a non Indian male that operated a store on the Navajo Reservation with a license by the federal statute. The respondent brought this case against the petitioners, an Indian couple, to the Supreme Court of Arizona’s attention. The case was argued by Norman M.
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