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Ruling in the Freedmen case

July 29 2008 at 4:49 PM
John Cornsilk  (Login JohnCornsilk)
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The district court determined that the Cherokee Nation

was a required party under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure


19(a).6 Having concluded that the district court erred in

holding that the Cherokee Nation was amenable to suit, we

reverse the judgment in part. On remand, the district court

must determine whether “in equity and good conscience” the

suit can proceed with the Cherokee Nation’s officers but

without the Cherokee Nation itself. See FED. R. CIV. P. 19(b).

So ordered.

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Now some body tell me what da heck this means!!

John "The Elder" Cornsilk

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