Article Title

Herrera v. Wyoming

Case Summary Citation

Herrera v. Wyoming, 139 S. Ct. 1686 (2019).


Stemming from the conviction of a Crow tribal member for illegal hunting, Herrera v. Wyoming reignited long-running questions concerning treaty abrogation and precedent. In an effort to clarify conflicting case law, the Supreme Court upheld the Crow Tribe’s reserved hunting rights and rejected the argument that statehood extinguished such rights.



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