Assumption of Concurrent Federal Criminal Jurisdiction in Certain Areas of Indian Country

Docket ID: DOJ-OAG-2011-0014
Agency: Department of Justice (DOJ)
This rule proposes to establish the procedures for an Indian tribe whose Indian country is subject to State criminal jurisdiction under Public Law 280 (18 U.S.C. 1162(a)) to request that the United States accept concurrent criminal jurisdiction within the tribe’s Indian country, and for the Attorney General to decide whether to consent to such a request.
RIN: 1105-AB38
Impacts and Effects: None
CFR Citation: 28 CFR 50.25
Priority: Other Significant
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Publication Period: Fall 2012
Agenda Stage of Rulemaking: Completed Action
Major Rule: No
Legal Authorities: 5 USC 301, PL 111-211, title II
Legal Deadlines: None
Government Levels Affected: Tribal
Federalism Implications: No
Unfunded Mandates: No
Requires Regulatory Flexibility Analysis: No
Small Entities Affected: No
International Impacts: No
Energy Effects: No
Included in Regulatory Plan: No
ActionDateFR Citation
NPRM05/23/201176 FR 29675
NPRM Comment Period End07/07/2011
Final Action12/06/201176 FR 76037
Final Action Effective01/05/2012
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Related RINs: None
Related Dockets: None
Type: Rulemaking

Primary Documents

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Comment Period Closed
Jul 07, 2011 11:59 PM ET
Proposed Rule
Posted: 05/23/2011
ID: DOJ-OAG-2011-0014-0001

Supporting Documents

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Agency Contact
Tracy Toulou
202 514-8812
Office of Tribal Justice, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Room 2310, Washington, DC 20530
Washington, DC 20530
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