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McGirt v. Oklahoma

U.S. Supreme Court
Jul 9, 2020
No. 18-9526 (U.S. Jul. 9, 2020)
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Summary

rejecting an argument that an adverse ruling would be transformative because "the magnitude of a legal wrong is no reason to perpetuate it."

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Summaries of

McGirt v. Oklahoma

U.S. Supreme Court
Jul 9, 2020
No. 18-9526 (U.S. Jul. 9, 2020)

rejecting an argument that an adverse ruling would be transformative because "the magnitude of a legal wrong is no reason to perpetuate it."

Summary of this case from Baten v. McMaster
Case details for

McGirt v. Oklahoma

Case Details

Full title:McGirt v. Oklahoma

Court:U.S. Supreme Court

Date published: Jul 9, 2020

Citations

No. 18-9526 (U.S. Jul. 9, 2020)

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