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Herrera v. Wyoming, 17–532

Held that members of the Crow Tribe retain a broad right under an 1868 Treaty to hunt on land that is now part of the Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming. One issue was whether the treaty hunting rights expired when Wyoming became a state. The U.S. Supreme Court, divided 5-4, ruled favorably to the Tribe. Justice Sotomayor delivered the majority opinion.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2019/05/20

Judges

  • Sotomayor

Court

  • United States Supreme Court

Counsel