This Article is intended to provide a basic overview of Indian court jurisdiction and practice for those affected by the National Farmers Union Insurance Company v. Crow Tribe of Indians decision. Part II discusses, in detail, the National Farmers Union Insurance Company v. Crow Tribe of Indians holding. Part III is an overview of the history, structure, and types of Indian courts. Part IV deals with the complexities of jurisdiction, and Part V, constitutional and civil rights issues in Indian courts. Part VI summarizes the basics of Indian court practice and procedure.
Michael Taylor, Modern Practice in the Indian Courts , 10 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 231 (1987).